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Political Codependency

Both of our political parties use race to take advantage of their constituents. The GOP scares lower-class white people to vote against their class interests by invoking the specter of “big-black-bucks purchasing T-bone steaks with food stamps”, or something. The … Continue reading

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The Right Stuff

  As we approach another election featuring two repulsive candidates it’s more important than ever to question what makes an acceptable leader? It’s become obvious that those who rise to the top are those who are the most talented examples … Continue reading

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More Projection

  To make sense of our seemingly crazy world just turn everything around. It’s all projection. For instance, that whole war on terrorism thing since 9/11 is projection, big time. War of terror would be more accurate. Presently in the Middle-East, … Continue reading

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Market Failure

  I never though I would feel nostalgic for the Cold War but in retrospect it’s apparent that the contest between the two superpowers over which system delivered more comfort, freedom, and happiness to its citizens was a golden era. … Continue reading

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Ferocious establishment resistance

  Why has Trump’s foreign policy been such a shambolic disaster? Much of it is his own fault as he’s clearly allowed far to many neoconservative ideologues into his administration due to Israel-first campaign funders like Sheldon Adelson. As a … Continue reading

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It’s all projection

  Let’s review what Russia-gate was all about. And no, it wasn’t about Russia interfering in our precious democracy. It was in response to Russian actions in the Middle-East and in the Ukraine that thwarted US plans for domination. Indeed, … Continue reading

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The Blob

  Perhaps–The Blob–is a better description of America’s permanent national security bureaucracy than–Deep State. Former President Obama certainly thought so. The moniker comes from Obama’s Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes who nicknamed the US foreign policy establishment as “The Blob” … Continue reading

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The Dream Candidate

  I’ve come to realize that Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is the perfect Listen Liberal, dream candidate. If you read the book you totally know what I’m talking about and if you didn’t, I’ll explain. Buttigieg, … Continue reading

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No Illusions

  I’ve been getting a lot of pushback from liberal friends about my disdain for Democrats. “You’re helping Trump,” with your criticism of the blue team, they tell me. Let me be clear–I’ve come to despise the tribalism that passes … Continue reading

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PayGo

  PayGo is bad economics and bad politics, but naturally it was the first order of business for the newly elected Democratic Speaker of the House–Nancy Pelosi. Despite resistance from progressive Democrats, the House rules package for the 116th Congress will … Continue reading

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