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Stopping Tribal Trumpism

I wanted to share some ideas on what I think has led up to the Tribal Trumpism that has been going on in this country and what we can do to correct it. While I realize those who view Trump as the the Jerry Springer of politics may need to read this the most and…

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Read The Emails The GOP Doesn’t Want You To See

Earning himself a place in the history books as a true American patriot and hero, Senator Cory Booker has released emails relating to Brett Kavanaugh, Der Drumpf’s perfectly ghastly nominee for the Supreme Court. The GOP was dead set against their release — probably because they reveal Kavanaugh to be an inept racist. Fortunately, Booker…

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Veep Throat

It could probably be argued that Donald Trump hasn’t had a good week since November of 2016, but man alive, Trump is having a bad week. First, excerpts have emerged from Bob Woodward’s new book about the President, and they’re every bit as damning as one would expect. This is particularly awkward for Trump as…

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Liberals and Leftists: Not Friends, But Maybe Allies

There is an interesting piece on the Current Affairs site that we might all want to look at. In The Difference Between Liberalism and Leftism, the magazine’s editor, Nathan J. Robinson, gives us a reasoned and thoughtful examination of the difference between Liberals and Progressives, or Leftists, as he calls them. His conclusion is that…

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To Russia with Love

By Marc Keyser, TheResistance.Blog The Russian military launched a covert cyber-assault on our 2016 US presidential election that helped Trump win. Now the Russians are actively influencing online discussions of issues and stirring up fights about issues such as the vaccine debate. I was a medic in the Army Reserves, and we vaccinated hundreds of new…

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Fox Had to Disable Comments After John McCain’s Death

It is odd that we are still talking about John McCain, even now, some time after his death. Normally, a celebrity or political figure dies, is briefly mourned, and is then forgotten in a week or so. But not McCain, both because of his genuine greatness, but also because of the quality of his enemies.…

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