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"For Trump, Presidential Means Being Polite": Why Donald Trump's Idea Of 'Presidential' Is Both Curious And Disturbing

Just as St. Augustine asked the Lord to grant him chastity, just not yet, Donald Trump is ready to be “presidential,” just not yet. Whenever he brings up the idea of presidential-ness, Trump always says that a personality transformation is on its way, but will have to be delayed while some more pressing campaign matters are attended to. 769 more words

Mitt Romney

Making A Killing: Don't Miss This Movie

There’s a media company in California called Brave New Films which earlier this year released a remarkable documentary about America and guns.  The film is called… 661 more words


NRA's Wayne LaPierre Speaks at Liberty University

Yesterday, Wayne LaPierre spoke at Liberty University’s Convocation.  He noted that while most institutes of higher education across the country embrace the lie of “gun-free zones,” Liberty University is notable for actively encouraging its students to practice their constitutionally protected—and God-given—right to armed self-defense.  50 more words

Gun Rights

Wayne LaPierre’s Support of Anarchy at CPAC

Although there have been mass shootings around the world occurring in schools, churches, restaurants, movie theaters, and sporting events, the leader of the NRA gun lobby, Wayne LaPierre claims that the solution is not the elimination of lethal weapons, but encourages more of them. 245 more words

This NRA Commercial Is So Stupid It Will Melt Your Brain (VIDEO)


A few days after the Planned Parenthood shooting in Colorado Springs that left three dead and twelve injured, the National Rifle Association (NRA) released the dumbest pro-gun commercial likely ever seen.  375 more words

U.S. Politics

Never Argue with a Madman

“Never argue with a madman.  Bystanders won’t be able to tell the difference.”    Author unknown.

I happened upon that piece of wisdom some years ago on a poster entitled “Corollaries to Murphy’s Law”, and filed it for future reference.  960 more words

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