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NOW WE KNOW HOW COME…

“I cannot say it will never happen again, because when you look at some leaders of today, those dangerous ambitions, pride and sense of being better than others are still at play. Who knows where they can lead.“                                                                                             —Zofia Posmysz, a 96-year old Polish survivor of Auschwitz. Now we know how come an entire … Continue reading

THE EVEREST OF INSULT!

Now, now, can you finally understand why it is that I harbor such an all-encompassing animosity towards The Republican Party? Have you been watching the fawning Republican loyalist Senate members and their hired flack lawyers shred any connection they’ve long pretended to have to law, and decency, and logic, as they blatantly turn rhetorical somersaults … Continue reading

A LETTER FROM TWO INTELLIGENT TRUMP VOTERS

Dear Mr. Barking, We write to tell you that my wife and I take great umbrage over your nasty blog posts having to do with our great President Donald John Trump. (That is my lovely wife pictured above in her favorite Trump t-shirt) And we take great offense at your portrayal of Mr. Trump’s “base” … Continue reading

MORE EMAIL FROM THE BASE

I and the little missus are all in for our grate leader Mr Donald Trump who has so many times and other so many times re-vealed to all of us his bright brillianse. His new name for NATO whitch is NATOME is way beyond more brillianter. The little missus was raveing about it all through … Continue reading

THE LAW!

This is a story as old as the hills The rich hire the lawyers The poor pay the bills So, in light of the current impeach throes A poem on just where the law’s reach goes I type with thoughts that gnaw Why should I heed the law While Rudy trots the globe For scofflaws … Continue reading

AN ODE TO THE ODIOUS

The verb  to trump has been used extensively across Britain to refer to the breaking of wind. It is especially the case in the North, in Wales and certainly in Norfolk. Over the centuries, fart has not been without linguistic rivals. Since the early fifteenth century, for example, trump has served as a synonym for … Continue reading