Tag Archives: prejudice

An Exceptionally Bad Week For The GOP

Trump has been bad for the Republican Party (along with America and the rest of the free world). Last week was exceptionally bad. In the interest of time I will briefly touch on several of the disasters; in the process I’m certain I will neglect to even mention some. It was that bad! Let’s explore. Continue reading An Exceptionally Bad Week For The GOP

Indisputable Voter Fraud

Right wing mythology is full of tales of voter fraud. Recently Kris Kobach has been running around peddling a tale that is voter fraud. Let’s explore. Continue reading Indisputable Voter Fraud

The Stupid Club

Donald Trump professes to be a brilliant man. I have yet to see proof of it; in fact his presidency is proving the opposite unless you count immorality and swindling as brilliance. He appears to have attracted many similar people to his orbit. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Stupid Club

If States Were Countries

How does an old white guy who was born in the United States and has never left it for a longer period than two weeks relate to a dreamer? The answer was to imagine that each state were a separate country and put myself in the shoes of my two oldest granddaughters. Let’s explore. Continue reading If States Were Countries