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Trump's Mental Regression is the Prime Reason to Invoke Article 25

Even before Trump received the gift of the presidency from the Electoral College, those who have known him for decades stated that this Donald Trump is not the Trump they knew in their past. 261 more words

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The United States of America: A Banana Republic with a Deranged Leader

Six months is enough. Before the complete and irreversible destruction of everything which made America a respected nation; respected for its protection of human rights and freedom for all, is achieved, Trump must be removed from office. 569 more words

Can Donald Trump Pardon Himself for his many Corrupt Actions?

The mainstream media continues to say ‘there’s a lot of smoke, but no fire.’ That’s because they refuse to peer through an increasing amount of smoke and see the flames. 469 more words

A follow up to Trump's “Morning Joe” Tweets

Very early this morning I wrote an article about Trump’s un-presidential attacks against ‘Morning Joe’s’ co-hosts. Most of his vile rhetoric was focused upon Mika Brzezinski. 436 more words

Trump's Ego Needed Soothing: “Let's Hold a Cabinet Meeting”

Once again I must make the claim that I seriously believe that Donald Trump is mentally incompetent to be the President of the United States. His weak temperament and need to have his ego stroked frequently, combined with his inability to control his emotions is proof that Trump is either suffering from growing senility, or is mentally ill. 456 more words

Scope of protection of religious practices under the Right to Freedom of Religion

In India, there is always a surge of emotions whenever there is a debate regarding the conflict between right to freedom of religion and restriction imposed on religious practices. 945 more words

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HE MUST GO!!! NOW!!!

Yesterday I wrote a post about Trump’s very undiplomatic, ignorant tweets in response to the terrorist attack in London over the weekend.  I thought that was the end of it, that he would move on to other rants, but alas … I was wrong.  563 more words

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