Category Archives: Politics

If they were just marginally competent liars, we’d all be screwed

You would think that this would be hard to do, but the Saudi Arabian Royal Family are actually worse liars than the Trump regime. What am I talking about? The murder of Jamal Kashoggi, of course. Let’s review: Jamal Kashoggi … Continue reading

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Why there won’t be any return to Bipartisanship anytime soon

To be honest, I don’t have many friends on Facebook who are conservative, but a few of those that I do have, have been asking questions like “when is bipartisanship coming back,” or “when can we expect a return of … Continue reading

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Does the firing of Jeff Sessions mean anything?

On Wednesday President Trump fired Jeff Sessions, or asked Sessions to resign (which is really the same thing).[1] This was, of course, the day after the mid-term elections. Honestly, I found the timing a little bit suspicious. Why do this … Continue reading

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There were more investigations of Hillary than there are Ornaments on a Christmas Tree

Fascinating to have President Trump and Mitch McConnell warn the Democrats about not investigating the Trump administration. Come again? There were more investigations of Hillary Clinton than there are ornaments on a Christmas Tree. And they brought nothing. Zero indictments.[1] … Continue reading

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It wasn’t a Blue Tidal Wave, but it will have to do

Well, it wasn’t quite the blue tidal wave we were hoping for, but it will have to do for now. For once the prognosticators got it right. Voting participation was way up. The Dems took back the House. The Dems … Continue reading

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If you’re still supporting Trump, you too are an Asshole

Today is the mid-term election day, and if you live in the United States and you’re not planning on voting, then shame on you. Seriously. President Obergropenführer wants to make this a referendum on him, and I think we should … Continue reading

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Yes on Question #3 (Massachusetts)

This is the third of three posts that will examine and make recommendations relative to the three state-wide ballot questions that will be part of the 2018 midterms here in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Secretary of State’s office has … Continue reading

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