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Temper Fugit

January 10, 2019
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On national TV I made a big point, finding forty-five minutes sufficient To sit with the Dems and resolve all our differences – mano a mano; efficient. We met – but they answered a question…

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New Fears Resolutions

December 31, 2018
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The list I am compiling for my New Year’s resolutions Is short and sharp and focused and succinct: I vow as I negotiate toward policy solutions, I’ll never be portrayed as one who blinked. My…

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No Presents Are Accounted For

December 26, 2018
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I fielded calls on Christmas Eve; they all came from the children. “Oh, when will I see Santa?!” – their anticipation buildin’. Of all the cheerful answers found in any parent’s arsenal, I chose to…

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Minutes From The Annual Meeting Of The Poughkeepskie (NY) Film Critics Circle

December 19, 2018
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The annual meeting of the Poughkeepsie Film Critics Circle (PFCC) took place last week, at Henrietta LeTourneau’s house. In attendance were: Henrietta LeTourneau (President and Treasurer) I, Angela Kitswillow, your Acting Secretary (while Susie Bingsworthy recovers…

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This Year’s Top Christmas Grifts

December 13, 2018
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With Christmas right around the corner, here’s a guide to the hottest (as in “popular,” not “purloined”) gifts for that special someone you’re trying to get out of your life once and for all: Microderm…

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No Guts, No Glory

November 29, 2018
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My gut tells me more than your brain ever could – and you know that my gut is immense. I’d much rather do what my gut tells me to than be briefed one more time…

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Ballooning Threat

November 21, 2018
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If you come from Mexico, or call yourself Honduran, Please step back from our border; you will have to wait your turn. Despite rights of asylum that are lawful internationally I’ll brand you as a…

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Hindsightless

November 13, 2018
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I’ve stated very clearly my belief we’d be at war With North Korea now – if not for Kim’s and my rapport. He wrote me lovely letters, laced with scent of his cologne, And I…

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Talk Is Cheap

October 23, 2018
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The midterms are two weeks away; Let’s look at what I have to say. All pay attention to my ranting, Lack of truth there notwithstanding. It matters not if Brett drank booze. You know who’s…

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Big Man On Hippocampus

September 28, 2018
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I drink a lot of beer. I like beer. Beer is what I like to drink. But never once have brewskis compromised the way I act or think. Now today I sit here, asked to…

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