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In an unhinged 2-hour diatribe before a crowd of conservative Republicans, President Trump returns to one of his favorite subjects — crowd size for his 2017 Inauguration. An exact transcription of part of his speech is quoted in the next … Continue reading
The wrong Conway works in the White House.
In February, 2018, President Trump returned to one of his tried-and-true crowd pleasers by reciting the words of a 1960’s song by Oscar Brown, Jr., called “The Snake.” While used by Trump as a racist trope against immigrants, the poem … Continue reading
Although I no longer watch NFL football games, I’m hoping the Los Angeles Rams (or whoever is playing against the Patriots), wins Super Bowl LIII.
From the February 2016 edition of Esquire Magazine, by Mark Salter I’ve always distrusted people who never question their assumptions or test their opinions against their critics’ arguments. I believe empathy is the starting point of wisdom, and imagining things … Continue reading