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Stop Asking Trump for Policies He’s Incapable of Formulating

Originally publishes April 16, 2017 on The Huffington Post

Whether it’s Syria, healthcare, taxes, immigration, etc., every time I hear someone ask for a coherent statement of policy from the Trump Administration, I want to scream, “Don’t you realize that mentally disturbed persons are incapable of ‘well-thought-out, clearly formulated policies?’ ” Instead, they are the prisoners of their impulses and the delusional voices in their heads. 55 more words

Blog

Old Glory: Up in Smoke

It’s a warm night in July. The seventy degree weather, complimented with a slight breeze that brushes the cheeks of your face, and ever-so-gently wisps around your hair, is made complete by the bright evening sky, lit up like a campfire with just the right amount of firewood. 1,057 more words

Opinion

MAKE AMERICA HAPPY AGAIN: INTRO

Life is composed of a series of moments. If you’re like me, many of those are happy. Of course, what makes me happy may not do it for you. 642 more words

Political News

To the People Saying We'll Survive Trump

This is to all the people telling members of various disadvantaged and oppressed groups to “calm down,” that we all just need to “come together,” and that if conservatives “survived Obama,” we’ll “survive Trump:” 846 more words

Feminism

Abbas adviser: We aren’t worried Trump will change US policy

Top Mahmoud Abbas adviser Ahmad Majdalani said on Thursday that the Palestinian leadership is not concerned President-elect Donald Trump will make dramatic changes to US foreign policy regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 515 more words

Daily News

Donald Trump: An Exploration in Buffoonery

If arrogance raped ignorance, the Republican Presidential Candidate, Donald Trump, would be their bastard son.  The following is a statement the Presidential Nominee made over a decade ago: 168 more words

Globalization

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY on STATELESSNESS in the U.S.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY on STATELESSNESS in the U.S.

Gerald F. Witherspoon, Sr. 20160622

Statement of Current Policy: There is currently no provision under U.S. law that provides stateless individuals a path to acquire lawful status or become naturalized citizens. 1,398 more words

Human Rights