Monthly Archives: March 2019

Today is the Day the United Kingdom was supposed to leave the European Union

Today is the day the United Kingdom was supposed to leave the European Union. “Brexit” (British Exit) has now been postponed (until either April 12 or May 22nd, depending on certain contingencies). (For my American readers who may not know, … Continue reading

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Instead of doing a victory lap, maybe the Republicans should thank Mueller and start working on how to get the Russians to stop screwing with our elections

With the Republicans doing their victory lap around “no collusion” in the wake of the Mueller’s report most essential finding, it’s interesting to observe how completely feckless they’ve become. There are so many places where Democrats and Republicans are different, … Continue reading

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The Mueller report is out, and it seems like it’s mostly a victory for President Liar-in-Chief

Well, the Mueller report is out, and it seems like it’s mostly a victory for President Liar-in-Chief. So far we only have Attorney General’s Bill Barr’s four page summary of what is probably a report hundreds of pages long, but … Continue reading

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Two of the least likely place on Earth for mass murder

Two of the least likely place on Earth for mass murder would have to be Norway and New Zealand. And yet in 2011 we had the mass murder of the children of Labor Party members in Norway, and now a … Continue reading

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The Democrats are back to cannibalizing themselves.

Well, it didn’t take long, but the Democrats are back to cannibalizing themselves. The focal point this time is the various statements of Somalia-born Michigan Representative Ilhan Omar. Omar has been openly critical of AIPAC (the American Israel Public Affairs … Continue reading

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Paul Manafort was sentenced to 47 months in prison, and that doesn’t quite seem right

Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign manager, was sentenced to 47 months in prison the other day. And that doesn’t seem right. In sentencing him, Judge Judge T. S. Ellis commented on the “otherwise blameless life” that Manafort has lived. Hmm. … Continue reading

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The “controversy” around Leaving Neverland

Over the weekend HBO released the new documentary “Leaving Neverland.” Directed and produced by British filmmaker Dan Reed, the film focuses on two men, Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck, who allege they were sexually abused by the singer Michael Jackson … Continue reading

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