After a week spent at Mar-a-Lago, the tab picked up by tax payers, Trump is back at his phone furiously "working," eight tweets and counting in two hours time. This grueling schedule must be putting a high level of strain on his soft, fat, tiny hands. The words are meaningless, because he knows not what … Continue reading Trump is Back at “Work”
https://youtu.be/tEzYEJW0Tyo “It is frankly disgusting the way the press is able to write whatever they want to write." ~ Donald Trump The press is able to write whatever they want to write for two reasons: They know more words. The first amendment allows it...bigly. Just another day in America with a wanna be dictator in … Continue reading Donald Doesn’t Like Bad Press
Free speech is a right we all share We may joke of 'president millionaire' Don't like what you hear When a TV host says queer Then don't watch Steven Colbert ~~~ Your outrage might be better spent On world damage we might prevent Is it duplicitous You don't find unjust Treason, healthcare, golf,—(taxes misspent)?
In March, 2016, for the first time in its 90 years of publication, the National Enquirer endorsed a presidential candidate—Donald Trump. It then celebrated it's 90 year anniversary at Trump SoHo in New York. Weird coincidence? Not really. Donald Trump and National Enquirer CEO David Pecker have been stroking each other for years. “They’re very … Continue reading The National Enquirer to Trump’s Rescue
A new week is upon us, and I find I'm bored. The news and its subjects have become repetitive. In order to amuse myself I've decided to organize my political thoughts and limit time spent on each to one day a week. As such, my thoughts will be distributed in a more predictable manner. I've … Continue reading The Seven Days of Trumpness
I open with the first amendment of the United States—yes again. Constitution of United States of America 1789, Amendment 1: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and … Continue reading Trump’s Assault on the 1st Amendment