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Pope Donald, the Wisest, Boldest and Best

November 14, 2018
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With the midterms behind him, Donald Trump feels that he has mastered the Presidency and is prepared to take the next logical step and declare himself Pope. “Air Force One is getting to be pretty…

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The Halloween Horror Campaign

September 24, 2017
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(Note) Many of you will recall a couple of years ago I published a book titled Never Say Neigh. It featured my horse Noah Vail’s take on fun, funny, and some insightful details surrounding the…

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Follow Your Leader?

June 12, 2017
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Aliens: “Take us to your leader, NOW!” American People: “Sure thing, follow us!” [Huge crowds gather outside the White House. Trump greets them.] Aliens: “Are you the leader of your country?” Trump: “Yes, I’m the…

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Hoosier influence in the election of ’16 … 1916

November 24, 2016
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I’ve been so busy that I completely forgot this column, which I wrote in October. But considering it mentions the election, maybe a little time was just as well.   SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK It’s…

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Primary Colors

May 18, 2016
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Approaching Indiana’s May primary, I found myself full of double negatives: That is to say, I flipped a coin to determine who I least wanted to vote against. Maybe that’s not technically a double negative,…

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FIFTEEN SIGNS YOUR HUSBAND IS THINKING OF VOTING REPUBLICAN

May 2, 2016
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l) “The Art of the Deal” is the first item on his Amazon wish list. 2) He’s changed his password to “BigHands” 3) The bumper sticker on his car says WHO CARES ABOUT YOUR HONOR…

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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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Groundhog For President

February 2, 2016
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The Groundhog came out, saw the Iowa Caucus, and is predicting ten more months of misery. “Just drive us off the cliff before Super Tuesday.” Mark R HunterMark R Hunter is the author of three…

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Bipartisan Parmesan: The Cheesy Side of Politics – Lever No. 5

December 26, 2015
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I thought the Democratic Presidential Debate’s audience was practicing yodeling skills when they echoed . . . ♫ Mark O’Malley Whooooooo? ♫ Deb Martin-WebsterAfter a successful career in Art Administration, at Temple University/Tyler School of…

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I’m Packin’ So You’re Wrong

November 18, 2015
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An election year is truly a polarizing event. Actually, it’s more like Halloween.  Because people you see every day, people you usually get along with, suddenly appear before you wearing the ghastly costume of reactionary…

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