Category Archives: The Election and Beyond

General Kelly Should Inform the President that They are Playing by Softball Rules

In softball, two strikes and you are OUT! Kelly should make clear to Trump that one first violation of their understanding of his role as White House Chief of Staff – no ambiguity allowed, that is, if it might not … Continue reading

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A Horrifying Thought

When a dangerous country is on the verge of acquiring, not the nuclear weapons that they already have, but the ability to deliver them, it is time to consider an accommodation that gives them a GREAT LOT in exchange for … Continue reading

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Ayn Rand Explains Trump

Why does Donald Trump tweet, not just tweet, but tweet so often and so OFFENSIVELY! Ayn Rand has the answer. Ayn Rand identifies as a “Second Hander,” an abysmally weak personality, exemplified in the extreme by Donald Trump. A “Second … Continue reading

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Delighful Convenience Stores in South Korea

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South Korean artist Lee Me Kyeoung unveils a series of illustrations in acrylic ink. His drawings represent local shops. For the artist this represents the soul of Korea, indeed the Country of calm mornings counts approximately…

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Before Smartphones and Computers Kids Had Real Fun

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Kids nowadays will just never understand.

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Vintage Pictures Brought to Life After Colourisation

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After a thrilling chase through the busiest streets of Washington, a couple of bootleggers and their car come to grief at the hands of the Capitol police, 21st January 1922 This set of pictures were…

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Question: Would the White House Even Try to Defend Our International Reputation in the Event of a Devastating Attack on Innocent People Living Here or Even on American Citizens? I Think Not!

I am reading an historical novel about a young American girl who gets a job, during the late 1930s, writing copy for the German Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda’s Broadcasting Division, English Language Service. She writes for a Lord … Continue reading

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