The Trump Fiction
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Sep 25, 2018 - 11:35pm
The Trump Fiction

  Many here (the usual suspects) have already talked about what a joke he was, how poorly received, and how he again embarrassed the USA.   Most people have not had the opportunity to see what he said as many of us actually have jobs and support ourselves rather than expecting others to support us.   I thought I would share today's speech with all.  He rightly rejects globalism.    He talks about the leaders he has met and befriended.  Contrary to the news reports that the average citizens read (and many wrongly believe), he has forged many allies and agreements.   We are no longer a joke or a pushover to the world community.   I gave an example to Opher a couple of weeks ago about what Theresa May's opinion actually was, which is completely divergent from his opinion on how he is perceived i…

 
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A party devoid of honor and dignity

In a nation with only two parties, it is obscene that one party is now sewer scum willing take down half of the population with 'fuzzy' accusations. Men decreasingly reject marriage. They no longer can treat wonen with respect or kindness due to fear of accusations.   We have become the worst s…

Sep 25, 2018 - 2:08pm
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# I DON'T BELIEVE YOU

Ladies, we need to talk. Any of you ever watch that Netflix series Disjointed? Well I'm about to have my Dabby moment: shut up, you cunts!   Seriously. Cry wolf (or should that be cry cock?), all of you, until any REAL victims' cries for help will be ignored because you have so poison…

Sep 25, 2018 - 12:21pm
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Match Game 75

I love watching the old Match Game show from the 70s with Gene Rayburn.  Almost every show someone said "boobs" as an answer.  Then men did.  The women did.  The men laughed. The women laughed.  Fannie Flagg goes bonkers over some really hot guy contestant.  Everyone la…

Sep 25, 2018 - 11:52am
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How we make teachers lazy and uncaring`

Very recently a school district report came out titled "What is the value of being able to identify highly effective teachers".  After reading the report I realized teachers who care, work hard, and achieve good results aren't paid any better, or any more immune to layoffs than teachers who don…

Sep 25, 2018 - 11:29am
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On Privatization

Privatizing anything establishes to whom something belongs. To the extent that only the rich would benefit from privatizing would mean that the rich would end up owning everything, yet in order to be able to do that the rich would themselves have to give up something in order to own anything else. &…

Sep 25, 2018 - 5:18am
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Palpable Fear of Donald J. Trump and the 115th Con…

I first came up with this title as I pondered my own immediate financial future.  Specifically I was concerned about the irrational trade war with China, our greatest trading partner.  I made my move.  I have a 2016 model Sony 40” hi-def television sitting in a box in the corner…

Sep 25, 2018 - 3:57am
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MULTILINGUAL POEM IN TIMES OF GLOBALIZATION...

  Ich kam zu WB kurz vor vier schaute kurz rein und dachte mir ist Englisch but I might just try ich bin noch hier und don't know why.   Viel politics, noch mehr Geschrei naja, was solls, ist einerlei man wird bald ein Gewohnheitstier und starts to know the regulars here.   Ma femme …

Sep 24, 2018 - 10:43pm
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ANARCHY

[see ON DEBATE ITSELF: http://writerbeat.com/articles/25364-ON-DEBATE-ITSELF] The term 'anarchy' refers to several different political visions. Some dictionaries define it as "chaos resulting from an absence of government". This seems to imply - but doesn't quite say - that without gover…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:11pm
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ANARCHY

[see ON DEBATE ITSELF: http://writerbeat.com/articles/25364-ON-DEBATE-ITSELF] The term 'anarchy' refers to several different political visions. Some dictionaries define it as "chaos resulting from an absence of government". This seems to imply - but doesn't quite say - that without gover…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:10pm
 
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Digital Tavern - Spring Break 1974

My sophomore year in college, I roomed with Matt. Matt was an army brat, and had a ROTC scholarship that he was already convinced that he wished to default on. Apparently at the time, if you flunked out by the end of your sophomore year, you had no obligation to the Army and would not have to enlist…

Sep 24, 2018 - 4:27pm
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What Does “Multiculturalism” Really Me…

By Frosty Wooldridge   Who created “multiculturalism”?  Why did he think it would work? Where does it find fertile ground to flourish?  What might be its end result?  Who supports it in the face of devastating failures worldwide?   In 1951, Jamaican-born Stuart H…

Sep 24, 2018 - 4:14pm
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The Burgermeister and the Innkeeper

Once upon a time in ancient kingdom there was a small town far removed from the intrigues of the palace and it’s court.  As was customary for the times the town was bestowed as the personal fiefdom to the aspirant with the greatest tribute and most sycophantic fealty. By patronage this in…

Sep 24, 2018 - 2:38pm
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Where is the truthfulness in America today?

The version of the truth you are presented with depends on the website you read or television network you watch. This same reality is observed on almost every political issue.   People must be very careful not to get pulled in by any of these forces. I am one hundred percent for being aware of …

Sep 24, 2018 - 1:41pm
 
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Go back to your cushy federal judgeship and this w…

Why didn't it come out earlier? Probably because it's NOT some big made up conspiracy. Real life is random. Messy, even. And sometimes, most of the time, in fact, things DON'T all work out like a Hollywood movie script, everything handed to you on a silver platter, wrapped in a bow.   Victims d…

Sep 24, 2018 - 10:11am
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Kavanaugh and the Presumption of Innocence

There are three types of criminal justice: 1. The Anglo-American approach in which the accused is presumed innocent until proved guilty using due process. 2. Tyranny, in which the accused is presumed guilty until proved innocent using due process. 3. The Stalinist-liberal approach in which due proce…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:12am
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Kavanaugh and the Presumption of Innocence

There are three types of criminal justice: 1. The Anglo-American approach in which the accused is presumed innocent until proved guilty using due process. 2. Tyranny, in which the accused is presumed guilty until proved innocent using due process. 3. The Stalinist-liberal approach in which due proce…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:12am
 
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Kavanaugh and the Presumption of Innocence

There are three types of criminal justice: 1. The Anglo-American approach in which the accused is presumed innocent until proved guilty using due process. 2. Tyranny, in which the accused is presumed guilty until proved innocent using due process. 3. The Stalinist-liberal approach in which due proce…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:12am
 
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Kavanaugh and the Presumption of Innocence

There are three types of criminal justice: 1. The Anglo-American approach in which the accused is presumed innocent until proved guilty using due process. 2. Tyranny, in which the accused is presumed guilty until proved innocent using due process. 3. The Stalinist-liberal approach in which due proce…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:12am
 
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Kavanaugh and the Presumption of Innocence

There are three types of criminal justice: 1. The Anglo-American approach in which the accused is presumed innocent until proved guilty using due process. 2. Tyranny, in which the accused is presumed guilty until proved innocent using due process. 3. The Stalinist-liberal approach in which due proce…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:12am
 
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Kavanaugh and the Presumption of Innocence

There are three types of criminal justice: 1. The Anglo-American approach in which the accused is presumed innocent until proved guilty using due process. 2. Tyranny, in which the accused is presumed guilty until proved innocent using due process. 3. The Stalinist-liberal approach in which due proce…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:12am
 
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Kavanaugh and the Presumption of Innocence

There are three types of criminal justice: 1. The Anglo-American approach in which the accused is presumed innocent until proved guilty using due process. 2. Tyranny, in which the accused is presumed guilty until proved innocent using due process. 3. The Stalinist-liberal approach in which due proce…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:12am
 
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Kavanaugh and the Presumption of Innocence

There are three types of criminal justice: 1. The Anglo-American approach in which the accused is presumed innocent until proved guilty using due process. 2. Tyranny, in which the accused is presumed guilty until proved innocent using due process. 3. The Stalinist-liberal approach in which due proce…

Sep 24, 2018 - 8:12am
 
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