It is very good, and you should go listen to it.
The morality and ethics of anyone willing to work for Trump to begin with ought to have been seriously questioned, and people who have stuck around over the last two years have no excuse.
At this point, anyone will to join Trump’s team should be immediately and permanently disqualified from any sort of government service.
Up to this point, I have been using either Ulysses, Drafts, or (very occasionally) the native WordPress editor to post to the various WordPress sites I own or maintain. I like the ease of posting directly from Drafts, but sometimes I find I want something a bit more feature-rich.
Based on the fifteen-ish minutes I have spent using MarsEdit so far, I will probably end up springing for a license.
It is impossible to know exactly what Ayers is up to. In November, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed suit against Ayers and one of his companies, Freedom Frontier, for illegally laundering dark money to political campaigns, noting it’s nefarious ties to the Vice President’s chief of staff. So perhaps he needed to get out of town before the proverbial shit hit the fan.
Of course, there’s also the possibility that he’s exiting a White House that is about to implode as a way to try to save his own reputation. Or maybe his plans to preserve Pence’s options as the next POTUS are better served from outside the administration.
My guess? All of the above.
It used to be libertarians. I’d mention something unflattering about Ron Paul and the result would be hundreds of angry, illiterate insults from true believers who were convinced that Ron Paul was just short of the second coming of Christ.
Now it’s crypto crackpots—unsurprisingly, I guess, since there’s a huge overlap in the crypto fan base and the Ron Paul fan base. After writing a couple of posts about Bitcoin over the weekend, my Twitter feed is bursting with—you guessed it: angry, illiterate insults from true believers are convinced that Bitcoin is the only thing that stands between us and monetary Armageddon. It would be amusing if it weren’t for the fact that so many of these people are obviously not well off and are being taken for a ride by con men who care only about their bank accounts—and by that, I mean their real bank accounts, not their crypto wallets.
Sounds about right.