Archive for January, 2018

Trumpocrisy: a State of the Union Preview

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  Only a few brief observations ahead of Tuesday’s “State of the Union Address”, but be sure to follow me on Facebook & Twitter Tuesday night as I live blog the event. During Fox “news” Sunday yesterday, Karl Rove said: “Donald Trump needs to avoid looking too self congratulatory” during his first SotU address. How he […]

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January 29, 2018
Posted in: General, Politics, rewriting history

Why a Shutdown? Here is what it would be like if Trump got everything he wanted

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During the 2016 campaign, Trump had a long list of promises he said that if passed would “Make American Great Again.” He’s learning now there are consequences to every decision.

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January 22, 2018
Posted in: Civil Rights, Crime, Economy, fake scandals, Greed, Immigration Reform, Jobs, Money, myth busting, Partisanship, Politics, Racism, rewriting history, Right-Wing Insanity, Seems Obvious to Me

Trump & Race on MLK Day. Conservatives rush to defend Trump’s bigoted remarks

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Most of America now yawns at the news that Trump has made yet another outrageous bigoted remark, but the REAL news is the number of Conservatives rushing to his defense.

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January 15, 2018
Posted in: Civil Rights, Immigration Reform, Racism, Right-wing Facism, Scandals

Soon-to-be-Fired & Furious: Trump’s History of Childish Behavior

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Michael Wolff’s revealing book about the Trump White House only confirms what most of us have witnessed with our own eyes & ears since the day Trump announced his candidacy: He’s a ridiculous reckless man-child.

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January 8, 2018
Posted in: General, myth busting, Partisanship, Politics, Rants, rewriting history, Right-Wing Hypocrisy, Right-Wing Insanity, Seems Obvious to Me

Predictions for 2018: Fasten Your Seatbelts

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Predicting Trump is like predicting a toddler’s next move, but try I must. Tenth Anniversary of my predicting the Year to Come with a nearly 60% success rate.

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January 1, 2018
Posted in: Civil Rights, Economy, Election, Politics, Predictions