Category Archives: 2016 presidential election

The Democrats’ frivolous lawsuit against Trump, WikiLeaks and Russia

There’s an old political joke that goes something like this: Give the Democrats a chance to blow an opportunity, and they will. (If someone knows the exact words, please reply to this blog post with that information.) Filing a lawsuit … Continue reading

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Why, Mrs. Clinton? Why?

Hillary Clinton made a cameo appearance at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. She would have been wise to have turned down the opportunity. Reading a brief excerpt from a recent book that purports to tell all about the (dys)functioning … Continue reading

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Yes, Russia meddles in elections, but…

I might be beginning this post with a bit too much honesty: I’ve heard about all I want to hear on the discussion about Russia and its meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Yes, the Kremlin wanted Donald Trump to … Continue reading

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You think Russia only mucked around in the U.S. election?

The story line is familiar, and it is not going away: Russia deliberately interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election with the purpose of undermining Hillary Clinton’s chances of becoming the 45th president. The man who did win the election … Continue reading

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Before you ask someone to “pass the popcorn” and watch this Trump-Bannon war go nuclear…

…ask yourself: Is this really what we expect out of the President of the United States and a man who is a, um, what is Bannon actually? Say what you will about Donald Trump, the man doesn’t like to be … Continue reading

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Trump is not Putin’s bride; Putin is not Trump’s groom

The Washington Post’s deeply researched story about President Trump’s attitude toward Russia demands your attention. The story details how Trump, even before he was sworn in, was unwilling to hear anything that would suggest the Kremlin had assisted in his election … Continue reading

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Roy Moore’s brother: He’s being persecuted “like Jesus Christ was.” Laugh at him?

I begin this post with my opinion front and center: I think Roy Moore is a creep. A loser. A dirt bag. He should exit the U.S. Senate race in Alabama. Moore faces multiple accusations that he preyed on teenage … Continue reading

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