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Applaudatory

February 6, 2018
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Getting down on one knee, he keeps telling us, is bad. And here’s some other disrespect the Prez thinks is quite sad. If you don’t applaud whenever our Dear Leader speaks, He will call that…

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Excited Gutterance

January 12, 2018
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Haiti, El Salvador, Africa – they Send all kinds of unwanted people our way. I’d much rather see folks whose background is Norse Come over to join us – they’re white folks, of course. Graham…

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The bloom is off the Omarosa

December 15, 2017
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  ‘Twas two weeks before Christmas, and toward Trump family sleeping — After fighting with Kelly — Omarosa came creeping. He told her the choice was resign or be fired; In too many contretemps she’d…

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The Infernal Verities

December 11, 2017
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          I know what the facts are, only I know all the facts. I make bold pronouncements — and see how my base reacts? It doesn’t matter whether what I say…

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Racial Slurry

November 28, 2017
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What now constitutes a “slur?” An insult hurled at him or her. (Let’s also consider this: Be sensitive to “trans” and “cis.”) It seems that nearly all agree No longer should the N-word be Used…

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A Grueling Sessions

November 15, 2017
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You probably already know my middle name is Beauregard. And, based on recent statements, you may think that I have no regard For being truthful or direct. Some pundits call it perjury. Insinuate that I…

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To have and hold on a second…

October 26, 2017
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This past Saturday, my wife offered to “put a smile” on my face. I eagerly accepted, and shortly thereafter was grinning from ear to ear after she went shoe shopping without me. Lots of long-time…

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Freedom from speech

October 10, 2017
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You can say anything that you like in this land, just as long as you don’t disagree. You can live a life filled with great riches and strength, if you pledge your allegiance to me.…

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History-onics

August 16, 2017
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  They tell me you’re a Nazi, but I don’t know if that’s true. We may have crossed paths yet I don’t remember meeting you. I’ve held some great big rallies — were you in…

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The Princess and the Pee Stain

July 26, 2017
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Carol came downstairs this morning berating me, since she’d slipped on the path of rose petals I’d strewn along the steps to welcome her to the new day. You try to do something nice for…

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