Can’t trump this. Writer Bill Pollett imagines a city like no other. “In my city, the statues in the square commemorate the heroism of clowns and kindergarten teachers. The pigeons enjoy them just the same.” Lost and Found — What it’s like in my city, April 21, 2004.
Wait, was that a compliment? Former AUSU council president Debbie Jabbour waxes eloquent about one-time jailbird Martha Stewart. “They have called her a perfectionist who is demanding, intolerant, and ready to stomp on the weaknesses of others. Donald Trump, among many others, has pointed out that there is a double standard at play here, since these same traits would be admired in a man.” From My Perspective — Martha Stewart, March 9, 2005.