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This is why Trump will be President

March 18, 2016
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I took an informal poll of professional comedians in the United States. By “informal” I mean I sent them a questionnaire and they all ignored it. The results were startling. Every single one of them…

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Boots on the Ground

March 14, 2016
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If you’re anything like me, you enjoy the “seariously” cowy taste of Trump steak and the liquidy wetness of Trump water. His steaks are so beautifully marbled, I had my kitchen counters made out of…

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Short Fingers for President

March 4, 2016
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlvskRTzVnE This can’t be happening, right? That CNN video above where finger size and dick jokes went full frontal during the Republican debates. Marco Rubio sashays a bit about Donald’s hand size and Donald responds…

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Bipartisan Parmesan: The Cheesy Side of Politics: Lever No. 9

March 4, 2016
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After his completely unexpected popularity American voters are seriously curious as to whom Presidential Candidate, Da’Chump will choose as his Vice President.  After careful contemplation and consideration his choice became obvious.        …

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Everyone Loves a Circus

March 1, 2016
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Artwork by Eli Connaughton. Idea/text by Bill Spencer.

Eli Connaughton as artist website: http://www.chickenwisdom.com/

Eli Connaughton as writer website: http://www.eliconnaughton.com/

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Bill Spencer

Bill Spencer's humor writing has been published by Funny Times, Narrative magazine, Reader's Digest, The Sun, The Inconsequential, Clever magazine, Defenestration, The Short Humour Site, Hobo Pancakes, and Nuthouse. He has also published scholarly articles on the novels of Cormac McCarthy and is co-author of an unproduced screenplay, "Angel Pays a Visit." He lives in a cabin in the mountains of North Carolina with his wife, artist-poet Carolyn Elkins.

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Shoot for the Stars

February 28, 2016
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The 2016 Presidential race is not the first to embrace the concept of replacing professionals (i.e. Washington insiders) with people devoid of experience.  Back in the mid 70s, Libyan dictator Gaddafi issued a decree demanding…

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Tryth to Power

February 19, 2016
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Oh, politicians and the pithy things they say. Here is Hillary Clinton in a recent interview: Interviewer: Have you always told the truth? Clinton: I’ve always tried to (wide-eyed). Hmmm. How does one try to…

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Scalia in Heaven

February 18, 2016
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“After all I’ve done for them, this is how they treat me?” moaned Justice Scalia, wringing his hands. “Stop kvetching,” said Justice Brandeis, “At least you’re up here. Not down there with the rest of…

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Bipartisan Parmesan: The Cheesy Side of Politics: Lever No. 8

February 16, 2016
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If Hillary Clinton gets the Democratic Presidential nomination she should choose Mark Zuckerburg as her running mate.  She’d have unlimited social media and campaign exposure.  She wouldn’t need to rely on Wall Street funding  and…

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My Spirited Defense of Donald Trump

February 16, 2016
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Donald Trump is a great American. In the past nine months, he has done a masterful job of uniting millions of Americans from all different backgrounds – admittedly mostly by uniting them in their deep…

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