Tag Archives: politics

This “Hack” Saw the Truth

About the Saudi Crown Prince Jamal Khashoggi gave his life exposing the Saudi leadership under MBS (the media have decided his initials are enough, now). I asked for some insight into what happened to him, and received this flash of … Continue reading

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Lindsey Graham: “I’m Pleased as Punch”

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    What he actually said was: “I’m as happy as a clam!” The difference is my hearing things in the English idiom.

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Kavanaugh/Ford: He Said, She Said

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus This clever book attempts to highlight, using an Astrological metaphor, that men and women are coming from two totally different places when it comes to relationship issues. Nowhere is this more obvious … Continue reading

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Michael Moore’s Prediction

  Canadian Bacon (1995) Thousands of former employees are outraged with military businessman R.J. Hacker (G. D. Spradlin), who had closed down his weapons manufacturing plant, Hacker Dynamics. At a conference held at the former plant, he pins the blame … Continue reading

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Drain the Swamp? No, Man a Fort

  Paul Manafort When you’ve done your best to keep quiet, and it hasn’t done you any good, you ‘flip’. That seems to be what happened to Paul Manafort. And he has to have something to say that’s worthwhile to … Continue reading

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Trump and the Law

American Values and Traditions I read an interesting article today about why Trump supporters believe he is not corrupt. I suggest that you click on the above link and read it, too, before I continue my post. Done? Good, then … Continue reading

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Call for the Priest!

An Evil Spirit Needs Exorcism I saw this image on Facebook and couldn’t resist ‘borrowing’ it. The blending of that iconic scene in The Exorcist and a night-time shot of the White House is too clever to ignore. I don’t know who … Continue reading

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