Donald Trump's Non-Learning Curve

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A New York Times columnist offered a revised view of Donald Trump. What David Brooks calls “adaptable,” most of the world, its leaders–and Times readers–see as unstable. What Brooks offers with faint praise . . . → Read More: Donald Trump’s Non-Learning Curve

Questions For Trump Supporters

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(Copy/email/share this link by twitter/facebook or repost on blogs and in comment sections. Begin a dialogue among voters; discuss the future of government, its importance, its provisions, its support of national goals.  /wr)

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Beware Republicans Bearing Tax Cuts

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Taxes continue to be the shiny object that blinds Republicans to truth! Never discussed as the world’s 5th largest GDP or the foundation for the safety nets that stabilize society in support . . . → Read More: Beware Republicans Bearing Tax Cuts

The Putin Factor

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First, a few facts: Russia’s economy is the size of Spain’s, for the last 3 years, it has showed negative growth, a 3.7% decline in 2015. Its largest source of state revenue is Gazprom, . . . → Read More: The Putin Factor

Where's The Intelligence Report On Russia's Active Measures During The Election?

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Where is the release of the intelligence report that ties Russia to the interference in the US national election through active measures?  Some of those . . . → Read More: Where’s The Intelligence Report On Russia’s Active Measures During The US Election?

The Difference Between News And Propaganda Is Context

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In the news cycle, context matters to truth. But context is driven by perspective. So which context is key: the domestic and global praise for the missile strike–or the . . . → Read More: The Difference Between News And Propaganda Is Context

Sunday Talks for 4/9/17

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So Commander-in-Chief Cheeto Boy decided to get tough and have 59 Tomahawk missiles lobbed at an obscure airbase in Syria, because seeing the video and pictures of the children who were gassed by . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks for 4/9/17

What The Bombing Really Proves

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As the missiles flew from the USS Ross and the USS Port, AEGIS electronic command ships that are the world’s most advanced stealth destroyers, they deflected and covered-up Trump’s glaring flaws: . . . → Read More: What The Bombing Really Proves

Blame, Blindness, Belligerence, And Bad Temper: The Mandala of Donald Trump

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A mandala is an ancient symbol, a simple circle that shows the completeness and self-unity of something being observed. The circle locates and identifies qualities, their . . . → Read More: Blame, Blindness, Belligerence, And Bad Temper: The Mandala of Donald Trump

Trump Knows He Is Evil

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Men know when they do evil. They may pretend, they may deny, they may lie, yet they know. So obsessed with snatching every Obama accomplishment, the new president would strangle the planet . . . → Read More: Trump Knows He Is Evil