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February 27th, 2020

Quarantining Hate

The Coronavirus poses a threat to a significant number of Americans. That said, the vast majority of us will be fine; it's not the apocalypse. The real danger isn't the virus, it's the ideological calculus of Republicans. Trump and his ever-shrinking circle of sycophants and carpetbaggers are laying their hopes ... Read More

February 25th, 2020

Trump & Women (cont)

In Trump's world, there's nothing worse than a woman with an opinion. To that point, Trump has called on Justices Ginsberg and Sotomayor to recuse themselves from any case that might involve the recently impeached President. "Justice Ginsburg should [recuse herself] because she went wild during the campaign when I ... Read More

February 24th, 2020

Social Insecurity

Bernie Sanders needs to start throwing cold water on the term "socialism" and start calling it what it is; "Americanism." Let me explain. Every economic system starts with capitalism, that is the accumulation of "wealth" thru one's efforts. Governments control access to that wealth in a manner which defines them; ... Read More

February 23rd, 2020

In Politics, The Messenger Wins

James Carville is but one of many politicos predicting disaster should Bernie Sanders receive the Democratic nomination. There are no real numbers yet to back up that up, but the feeling is that your average voter sees Bernie, a self described socialist, as way too left. But the truth is, ... Read More

February 21st, 2020

The Democratic Electoral College

Trump scoffed at the assessment of U.S. intelligence officials that Russia is back at work, attempting to influence our election. He called it a “misinformation campaign” by Democrats. He's wrong for two reasons. One, there is a preponderance of evidence; IP addresses, sources, and frankly, the Russians don't care if ... Read More

February 19th, 2020

Barr: Some Things Never Change

Attorney General Bill Barr isn't going anywhere. The recent spate of protests regarding Trump's tweets, directed at DOJ prosecutors, brought forth a series of whimpers and whines, supposedly from Barr, threatening to resign should Trump continue being Trump. It's all a lie. Barr's ploy might be to assert a speckle ... Read More

February 18th, 2020

A Human Stain

Aubrey Huff is a former major-leaguer who could hit a baseball. Unfortunately, his talent ended there. A World Series veteran for the San Francisco Giants, Huff took to Twitter like a turd to a bowl. He has consistently tweeted homophobic, misogynistic, and even violent threats to Americans on the back ... Read More

February 18th, 2020

A Bucket Of Water

Michael Bloomberg has qualified for the debates. That's good for the Democrats. Even Bernie. Sanders needs to reign in his bros and bras and remember what got him here. Two weeks before Super Tuesday, where more than two thirds of the delegates necessary to win the nomination will be up ... Read More

February 17th, 2020

Not So Free

Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook CEO still hip-deep in controversy regarding his decision to allow political ads, is now doubling down, saying his embattled company will stand for "free expression." He claims his hands are tied under existing constitutional limitations. No Mark, you're wrong. The 1st amendment was Madison's belief that ... Read More

February 16th, 2020

This Ain’t That

Considering that Michael Bloomberg has not yet competed in a caucus or primary, it might be premature to start assigning running mates. But this ain't that. Matt Drudge reported that Michael Bloomberg is considering Hillary Clinton as a potential 2020 running mate. Did I mention Matt Drudge? Drudge is the ... Read More

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