Monthly Archives: December 2016

We Support You, Brother Israel

I’ve written extensively about how far off the liberal rails the Washington Post, my hometown paper, has gone. They long since gave up any veil of objective reporting. However, every now and then they stumble into the truth. More to … Continue reading

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Election Redux: Liberalism Collides with Social Media

I finally had a major epiphany about American politics, including a clear answer to the question, “how the hell did Donald Trump just become the 45th President of the United States of America?” Many on the left still want to … Continue reading

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Cognitive Dissonance in Aleppo

I’m struck by the number of liberals posting on FB about the horror taking place in Aleppo and how these atrocities are affecting innocent women and children. It is admirable that they are noticing this and wishing they could do … Continue reading

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Trump and the Complete Meltdown of Humanity

I do have a few liberal friends who aren’t completely losing their minds over this election. Not many, but a few. Knowing that I voted for Trump, they have asked me to give them reason for hope. I believe there … Continue reading

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Breakfast Cereal Politics, Part III (The Final Chapter)

If you haven’t been following the saga of my relationship with Kellogg’s yummy sugary cereal in the wake of Kellogg’s decision to enter the political realm, you can read Part I and Part II here. I think the exchange below … Continue reading

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Breakfast Cereal Politics, Part II

As you may have read in yesterday’s post, I wrote a nice note to the CEO of Kellogg’s about his inane decision to pull all advertising from Breitbart simply because they appear to have offended his liberal sensibilities. To my … Continue reading

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