Monthly Archives: July 2016

David Brooks Claims Democrats More Culturally Conservative Than Republicans!

Too bad my comment on David Brooks’ op-ed in the Times missed the boat. It’s one of my best.   He wonders if the conventions give the impression that the Democratic party is now the more patriotic – is now … Continue reading

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Wash Me Thoroughly [Sung Thruly] – Skewering Republicans in Classical Style

I made this video myself, a Medley of Pictures of Shameless Amoral People set to “Wash Me Thruly,” a duet by Handel. That’s right: “Thruly,” not “Thoroughly.”

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If You’re Not Scared Enough Already, Read This:

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Some Evangelical Leaders are Amoral!

If you are a religious leader who supports Donald Trump you cannot be ignorant that Donald Trump does not stand for, indeed whose reprehensible purposes stand against, the principles you purport to believe in.  This! to get some things from … Continue reading

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A Thought Experiment: Imagining Bill Clinton Did Not Meet the Attorney General on That Plane

What would the political world look like if the meeting on the plane between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch, the Attorney General, had not happened? Worse, much worse, the worst, for Hillary? Simply: The Attorney General would not have had … Continue reading

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Comment on Pragmatism that Missed the Boat at the New York Times

You caught my interest straightaway by calling yourself “Pragmatist” and you fulfill it in saying, “In Trump, they see someone who doesn’t care about religion, but is more likely to support their views if it elects him.” You immediately go on … Continue reading

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