Tag Archives: decision 2016

Following Orlando, Trump Tweets — About Trump

It took less than twelve hours for Donald Trump to take to Twitter with an opinion on the massacre in Orlando. While most of us were still trying to digest what happened, the presumptive Republican nominee spent the day tweeting … Continue reading

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No. I am not a Correct the Record Clinton Operative.

I’m still trying to figure out what’s more laughable: The idea that someone would pay me to make comments on Facebook? Or the fact that I’m doing it for free? Truth be told, I do engage in political discussions on … Continue reading

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Bernie’s Big Lie: A Contested Convention in July

I’m actually in the process of crafting a longer essay on how I believe the Bernie Sanders movement can continue after the nominating process is over, but new information cluttered my morning newsfeed, so here we are. Multiple sources reported … Continue reading

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March Madness: High School Politics

It’s time to look back and have a little talk about what happened in March. By now, I’ve already discussed the trends of the Angry White Voter, record-breaking Republican turn-out, and badly behaving supporters. So, let’s shift our attention to … Continue reading

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TrollPatrol6: A Countdown of the Worst People on Social Media This Week

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#10 Okay, but that doesn’t explain why there’s a chicken throwing up at the end of your comment. Consuelo, explain . . . the . . . chicken.  #9 Aron, I think the fact that you can remember every forehead … Continue reading

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South Carolina and Nevada by the Numbers

After a long week, the people have spoken in Nevada and South Carolina. Though the presumptive frontrunners may appear to have this race wrapped up, it’s probably better to take a breath and look at where the election stands. In … Continue reading

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Here’s comes the revolution, but it’s not what you think

  “What Iowa has begun tonight is a political revolution. A political revolution that says when millions of people come together, many who have never been involved in the political process, when they come together and say enough is enough … Continue reading

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TrollPatrol2: A Countdown of the Worst People on Social Media This Week

#10 Doesn’t it seem like ComicCon comes earlier every year? #9 American political cynicism at its finest. #8 Let’s see. Pig. Rich baby boy. Bullying. Whining. Very rich scum bag. Are you sure there’s nothing more? #7 I’m sensing sarcasm, … Continue reading

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New Hampshire: The Angry White Electorate

In a blow to moderates across America, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump exceeded expectations Tuesday night by beating their opponents by 20 point margins. The election was called about thirty seconds before the polls closed, and with under 10% of … Continue reading

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A Moderate View of the Republican Debate

Republicans held their eighth nationally televised debate on ABC last night, making their final pleas to voters in New Hampshire and vying for limited space on a crowded stage. Admittedly, I’ve been neglecting the political right for most of the … Continue reading

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