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Reflections, part II -

When I was 18, I felt like I knew everything.  I’m sure all college students aren’t like that, but I was.  Looking back, I knew el zippo.   1,415 more words

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Trump protest report

There was a bout of silence among the protesters when a man shouted “Go Trump” as he passed by. Exclaiming a meagre whoop, he scurried away from the crowd not noticing that one of them had given him the finger as he went. 456 more words

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Trumped II: What to Watch For

Last time, we went over a few theories on how Donald Trump was able to overcome all the negative energy which swirled around his campaign to become the 45th President of the United States.  1,784 more words

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Offended of Kensal Rise Trumps Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells

What the blazes am I to do for a newspaper after Brexit and Trump?

Costa Rican ones very between po faced publicity for the party which lost the last election and photographs of the sheets covering victims of murder and traffic accidents – not forgetting the obligatory girl not quite showing her all while striking a pose which would puzzle an Olympic gymnast and the imprisonment of… 1,068 more words

Trumped I: Why?

Like just about everybody in the country, I certainly didn’t see Donald Trump’s victory on November 8th coming.  Although the never-ending email investigation and the FBI’s questionable behavior just before the election seemed to have tightened the race, I felt confident since all the polls and experts assured us Hillary would win, relatively easily, if not as convincingly as we would have liked.  2,253 more words

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How I Can Tell a 'News Story' Isn't True

Somebody told me this morning that there was a report out there that Vladimir Putin had “issued an international arrest warrant” for George Soros, the evil zillionaire who’s currently funding anti-Trump riots ( … 205 more words

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