I was going to write about Joe Biden's great press conference on Tuesday, where he blisteringly took Russia to task, blamed them for attacking the U.S. on Trump's watch -- noting that Trump wasn't watching and making clear they should be held accountable and that he would do so if Trump didn't. But good as that was, it was pretty much what you expect for a President. (Although, admittedly, Biden isn't a President yet, and you don't really expect it from a President-Elect. But then when the actual president is AWOL, popping up only for pardoning remorseless convicted felons and vetoing a defense bill, the President Elect pretty much has to step in...
Instead we're going to go with Mark Bucher.
Mark Bucher owns the Medium Rare steakhouses in Washington, D.D. and Arlington, Virginia. He was on MSNBC yesterday morning talking about his Feed the Fridge initiative, getting free food to those in need, sort of a local version of what the great Chef Jose Andres has built on a national scale. It was wonderful, but what stood out was his enthusiasm to get the government involved, as well as other restaurants.
You can read a very good interview with him here, but to go along with that, here is that interview from yesterday, only 3-4 minutes and worth every moment.