PD has talked about countries banning names in the past, but that’s usually regulated to deep-seeded Fascist governments like the DPRK, Saudi Arabia and Sweden, but last month, a British court wanted to weigh in on what a Wales citizen wanted to name her baby girl.
Former Speaker of the House and full-time drunk, John Boehner put his box of wine down long enough to give 2016 candidate Senator Ted Cruz the best endorsement of the primary season, though ulimatingly it did little good for a Nation deadset on suicide.
It’s now finally May, and that means that Cinco de Cuatro is right around the corner.
So, bust out the guac and Fritos for this week’s Memory Lane Monday, and let’s go way back to 1995, to see how the man so eager to fundamentally transform America (and spoiler alert he clearly succeeded) cultivated his reputation from college.
Springtime may mean that the nickel and diming and outright theft of taxation is in full bloom for much of the world, but instead of shaking our fists or downing half a bottle of Maker’s Mark with another half a bottle of Xanax, let’s just break down the concept.