Which inspires Zay Smith to remark, "So on top everything else, he pushes drugs."
Zay Smith is Chicago's top humorist, regularly dishing out bon mots, insight, drollery, amusement and irony in his "QT" (Quick Takes) column.
Another example from QT:
The British Medical Association has recommended that pregnant women not be called “expectant mothers,'” as this might offend people who are transgender.
Zay and I don't agree about much politically, but for my conservative friends, it's still worthwhile to check in regularly, at least to see what the other side is thinking, in a funny way. For my liberal friends, if you're not reading "QT" you're on Trump's side.
Zay is a former Chicago Sun-Times reporter and columnist, where he first started his well-read and well-liked "QT" column. He teamed up with Pam Zekman (now CBS2' investigative reporter) he write the award-winning Mirage Tavern series. He is author of 60606, a detective novel available as an eBook. As he said about the book: "It has been said every newspaper reporter should have a bottle of whiskey and an unfinished novel in his bottom desk drawer. QT has finished them both." The thing about the book is that you can set your own price. For reviews, how to order and more, go here.
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