Little Toil, Lots Of Trouble

The Washington Works DuPont plant in Parkersburg, WV on Wednesday, August 5, 2015.
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A government part cult and part coven, on live camera, pledging devotion and fealty to the President as overlord, refutes the alternative fact: Trump’s claim he never seeks allegiance. Even as he . . . → Read More: Little Toil, Lots Of Trouble

Sunday Talks for 5/21/17

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Cheeto Boy is off on his first international trip — quick! Somebody lock the doors to the country so he can’t get back in!

So far I’ve read that a ton of . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks for 5/21/17

Understanding The Russian Threat

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Many conservatives are pushing back on the idea of a legitmate Russian threat, suggesting it is an example of Democrats and liberals creating an issue that lacks substance and is really about . . . → Read More: Understanding The Russian Threat

Trump To Comey:

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James Comey’s firing is the greatest sleight of hand in America’s politics; it is the substance of things unseen; it puts the pea where it is not–it is a master sham of . . . → Read More: Trump To Comey: “Your Fired!”

The French Election And The Global Economy

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The complex circumstances of modern economies tying domestic production to global trade have given retrograde voices with simple answers and emotional appeals of prejudice and racism a role and . . . → Read More: The French Election And The Global Economy

Sunday Talks for 4/30/17

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On Saturday, Cheeto Boy reached the 100 day marker in his pResidency. Feels more like 100 years! Over the course of the week, he unveiled his “tax plan”, i.e., his plan to further . . . → Read More: Sunday Talks for 4/30/17

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