Monthly Archives: May 2017

Political Image & Character

President Trump, when he was Donald Trump, was to me that mean guy saying you’re fired whenever  my fingers accidentally hit a certain television channel number, and the guy who had so many bankruptcies media images of him and his … Continue reading

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For me the firing or resignation of General Flynn from his National Security post has puzzled me. Recently a search string rekindled that bemusement leading to my learning about a book the general wrote “Field of Fight:..” from which according … Continue reading

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Government Ensured Consumption

“Mark Zuckerberg joins Silicon Valley bigwigs in calling for government to give everybody free money”

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Saudi Deals

Anyone, me for instance, who saw those television captions blaring 300 billion dollars in deals made in the kingdom of Saud might have thought that those deals were the result of President Trump’s first trip abroad to make America “great … Continue reading

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Legal Experts

When Mr. Trump, before becoming President Trump, said he’d ban immigrants from certain countries, journalists said experts knew that such a ban would be unconstitutional. I couldn’t find a clause in the online text of the U.S Constitution that said … Continue reading

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Doesn’t everyone talk to Russians?

When President Trump was Donald Trump he seemed to get a lot of flack whenever he said Hillary Clinton gave Russia the U.S’s uranium. The only reaction I remember is a condescending reference to “Uranium One” being a Canadian company, … Continue reading

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Here’s no place for them wanting three-dimensional portraits. Too much irregularity here Weakness in disguise perhaps but true, True as jagged glass – Crash cymbal shocks the moon blue alcoholish mist Anaesthatizing the humdrum Like smoke cocooning Steel mills On … Continue reading

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