Monthly Archives: February 2016

This is the kind of thing that drives Bernie Sanders voters to the polls

The Boston Globe recently had a story about a San Francisco area landlord who was evicting a 97 year old lady, notwithstanding that she had lived in her apartment for 66 years, and that she has cancer. Really? The guy … Continue reading

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Christie’s Endorsement of Trump should come as a Surprise to Know One

A number of you will have heard the news that Chris Christie endorsed Donald Trump yesterday. One asshole endorsing another. All that’s missing now is for Carly Fiorina to get involved and endorse Chris Christie’s endorsement of Donald Trump. Then … Continue reading

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One can’t talk about debate “highlights,” there are only lowlights

Well, the Republicans had another debate last night, and one can’t really talk about debate highlights. There are really only lowlights. At least Marco Rubio finally figured out that there is so much to attack the Donald on with respect … Continue reading

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More like Berlusconi? Or maybe Baloneysconi?

On Facebook yesterday one of my friends initiated this exchange. He wrote: Trump is not Hitler. He’s not even Mussolini. He’s Berlusconi. To which several of his friends replied (see below): Bunga, bunga. Maybe with a little Joe McCarthy thrown … Continue reading

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Because he robbed from the 1%, not the 99%

I’m not normally a big conspiracy theory guy, but I came across this little item on Facebook and thought, there really is something to this. Of course, it’s not quite as simple as this. Certainly there are members of the … Continue reading

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From Thurgood Marshall to Clarence Thomas

For conservatives who are feeling crazed at the thought of Atonin Scalia being replaced by a liberal justice, or even a moderate justice, or anything other than a rock-ribbed conservative justice, I bring you the story of Thurgood Marshall being … Continue reading

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It’s been Two Months, and the FBI still can’t break into Syed Farook’s iPhone

If you watch the Jason Bourne movies, or movies like Enemy of the State, you’d think that the CIA and FBI are extraordinary in their ability to track us, to find us, to know everything about us. But in reality … Continue reading

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