Tag Archives: Hypocrisy

Womens’ Progress via Feminists and Democrats

Women have progressed since the Left took up their interests. In fact, their gains are remarkable. Per recent Pentagon decisions, women are now eligible to die on battlefields in combat assignments and are being pushed for participation in the military … Continue reading

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The Orlando Shooter, Moslems, Hypocritical Politicians and Irresponsible Voters

We suppose that the primary difference between the two U.S. political parties is their advertising. Not, please note, their reality. It’s only our opinion; feel free to differ. Per such ads, the Left is supposed to be compassionate, the Right, … Continue reading

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Why Voters Keep Shooting Themselves In Their Feet

Political thinkers, it seems to us, proceed from either of two places: They start with what they have, or with what they want. From either the reality that we inhabit, or from their desired goals. The two folk in a … Continue reading

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Tinfoil Headgear and a Simple Question …

Given: Russia: New statistics show sharp growth in the numbers of Russians living in poverty. China will lay off 5 to 6 million workers. So Russian has invaded Ukraine and intervened in Syria while China is grabbing and militarizing South China … Continue reading

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Today’s Politics Enlightened By P.T. Barnum

It appears that the Turks have now invaded Syria, adding themselves to Russians, Iranians, Lebanese (Hezbollah), Iraqis (ISIS) and various special forces incognito. The Turks are there to kill and cripple Kurds so far as possible. That is because Turks … Continue reading

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The Snake Oil of 2016 Elections

A girls’ basketball team was expelled from its league because it won too many games. Clearly, the basis of athletic competition – indeed, of competition itself – has been stood upon its head; the nuts are running the asylum. We … Continue reading

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A Few Things We Would Really Like To Know …

In no special order: Is war still proceeding in Ukraine? Is Ebola still proceeding in Africa? Why are Republicans AND Democrats so anti-Trump? How do U.S. political leaders plan to handle the deficits and debt? Why don[t the big powers … Continue reading

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A Few Questions Our Politicians Should Answer … (But We’ll Bet They Won’t)

Our proposed ‘representatives,’ if they are seriously intending upon representing us, owe us answers to a few existential questions so that we can vote intelligently. As they struggle ferociously to avoid all of the serious subjects … well, excepting Mr. … Continue reading

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ISIS: The Latest Political Bogeyman?

Again, Isis is serving as a political tool and a distraction from reality. Foreign policies will change, governments will be replaced and massive movements of people will react to the murders in Paris of some hundred fifty or so by … Continue reading

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Presidential Debates Are Becoming More Fun … (For The Candidates)

 A Republican presidential election debate is ongoing as this is written. As with the preceding Republican and Democratic campaign speeches that have previously pretended to be debates, the presentations are crafted more as entertainment than as political substance. A new … Continue reading

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