Monthly Archives: March 2019

A Gift to the Donald, from the Democrats

I realize that predicting the electoral future involving Donald Trump is about as precarious an undertaking as possible, particularly for one who got it quite wrong the first time around.  And surely, any exercise in writing a campaign speech you anticipate Trump might in essence actually deliver, is surely quixotic.  In his narcissistic estimation, nothing anyone else […]

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The Pathology of President Pinocchio

We are by now all too familiar with the fact that President Donald Trump and his spokespeople consistently make statements that are inaccurate (to be polite) or in direct contravention of established fact (to be more realistic).  Depending on one’s opinion of the President and his coterie, such statements are categorized as anything from outright lies […]

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