This term (and its attribution), is generally a misnomer in its application to issues regarding socio-political cause and effect, however, it is contemporarily used to describe a process by which an individual or a group can be manipulated, over time, to reject their current beliefs and convictions, and to accept and replace them with new ones. 583 more words
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The Congress declares itself a small business (and lies about its number of employees) in order to qualify for Obamacare subsidies
I have written many times in the past about how the Republicans and the Democrats are really on the same side–the establishment side–and about how they put on a show for the American people using the Hegelian Dialectic of thesis/anti-thesis/synthesis to make it appear as if we have a real choice in the elections. 683 more words
Brit Hume on Donald Trump: his 'chickens will come home to roost' when people 'realize he hasn't long been a Republican'
Donald Trump has been enjoying quite a bit of success since he announced his candidacy for the Presidency in 2016, and some polls actually show him tied with Jeb Bush. 541 more words
I have a theory as to why Donald Trump is pretending to run for President (it will become clear why I wrote he is pretending 633 more words