Tuesday, September 29, 2020
God, I love Republicans, in some ways. So proud, so "upstanding Americans," so predictable, even the Trump ones. Some way, somehow, they will find a way to enrage religious working-class whites, (e.g. tell voters that Democrats are going to...
My fellow writers here at Politizoom have done yeoman's work in documenting the breathtaking revelations of the last week. In response to all the revelations, Trump did what he always does, he used all power at his disposal to attack...
Ex-Republican GOP Congressman Tom Coleman writes an Op-Ed in The Daily Beast premised on the fact that questions should be asked about whether Donald Trump committed treason.He notes they are not unreasonable consideration. First,I will add some background in reverse...
"Rudy Unchained" went on TV (well, Fox, but it is still TV) and, in a uniquely Rudy way, seemed to indicate that perhaps the Trump campaign got some dirt, but they didn't use it, so how could there be...
There is a saying, a commitment, made by Israel and its strongest supporters that Jerusalem is the "eternal capital of Israel." It is the  location of the Temple Mount, the "House of God," the most holy site in Judaism,...
Take a little stroll with me for a moment down memory lane. You won't need a backpack, we're not going that far, only a couple of weeks. But I think you'll find it worth the trip. Flash back just a...
You know my friends, this is starting to seem like Groundhog’s Day. The holiday, not the movie. It seems like just about once a year, Punxsutawney Veselnitskaya pokes her head up out of her hole, and Vladimir Putin in a topper gravely proclaims how many more weeks of Russian winter Trump will have to suffer […]
James Miller of Texas will serve 10 years probation for killing his neighbor, Daniel Spencer in 2015.  If this sounds a bit lenient, it is made worse by the fact that Miller used “gay panic” as his defence.  And it worked.  Miller was charged with manslaughter but was found not guilty, and so, will only serve […]
You know, when you get older, you spend a lot of time thinking about, and fondly remembering, “the good old days.” Politically speaking, only in the Age of Trump can “the good old days” literally be, like, two years ago. Resignations in a Presidential administration tend to fall into two categories, benign and malignant. Benign […]

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