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Tag Archives: Donald Trump
Best of 2020
2020 wasn’t all bad. I have to say that this was a good year for me personally, demonstrating the value of baseline reclusiveness and living practically as a shut-in even before a pandemic hit. What seemed to many people to … Continue reading
The Worst Possible Outcome (OR: The Baby Hitler Hypothetical)
A few days ago (which feels like weeks at this point), I made some predictions about Tuesday’s election, and I talked about the “two movies, one screen” phenomenon. That concept is the idea that two people / groups of people … Continue reading
Two Movies, One Screen
The outcome of the 2020 election is obvious. President Trump has never led in the polls. What’s more, the deficit he faces is far larger than the one he faced in 2016. The quiet signs of trouble in key districts … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, General Culture and News, Politics Tagged 2020, 2020 Election, Commentary, Congress, Donald Trump, Election, General Culture and News, House of Representatives, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Mike Pence, Nancy Pelosi, Politics, Presidency, Presidential Election, Scott Adams, Senate, White House 2 Comments
Have We Finally Lost It?
The first time I saw the snippet of the MAGA kid / Native American drummer video, my reaction was about the same as most other people’s. “What a jerk that kid is.” “Somebody needs to teach him a lesson.” “I … Continue reading
Crossroads for the GOP; WWE
The GOP has a problem. The WWE has a problem. It’s the same problem. With WrestleMania 32 taking place in Dallas in just a few weeks, the WWE finds itself in what has become familiar territory in recent years: Its … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Politics, Sports Tagged Bernie Sanders, Commentary, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, John Cena, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, Republicans, Sports, Ted Cruz, Vince McMahon, WrestleMania, WrestleMania 32, WWE, WWE Roadblock 2 Comments
This Should Be Marco Rubio’s Closing Statement Tonight
If I were writing for him, it would look something like this: When I began this campaign, I believed with all my heart that I was the candidate who could lead this country into a New American Century. This journey … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Politics Tagged Commentary, Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, NeverTrump, Politics, Republicans 3 Comments
Taylor Swift-Boating John Kasich
At a town-hall-style event at the University of Richmond last week, Ohio governor John Kasich noticed a female student who was enthusiastically trying to get his attention, reacting by saying, “I don’t have any tickets, for, you know, Taylor Swift,” … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Politics Tagged 2016 Election, Commentary, Donald Trump, John Kasich, Kayla Solsback, Politics, Taylor Swift, University of Richmond 1 Comment
Trump’s Popularity: Real, or Wake-Up Call?
With another GOP debate imminent, poll leader Donald Trump will have several more opportunities to antagonize opponents, media members, and various segments of the public, as he has done repeatedly in recent months. Thus far, it hasn’t hurt him. At … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Politics, Sports Tagged 2016 Election, Commentary, Donald Trump, Football, Politics, Presidential Election, Sports 3 Comments
And . . . We’re Back.
After a two-week slowdown caused by other commitments, we’re back at full speed. Well, such as it is. Up first is a two-part podcast. Tom and Mike transition from one topic to another like the Frogger of yore diligently hopping … Continue reading
Posted in General Culture and News, Movies, Podcasts, Politics, Reviews, Television Tagged Cocaine, Comedy Central, DeLorean, Donald Trump, General Culture and News, Greg Giraldo, Hornbooks, Law School, Legal Documents, Libya, MacGruber, Movies, Obama, Podcasts, Politics, Reviews, Roasts, Television, WWE 2 Comments
How We Got Here. Where We’re Going.
“[A] system of free speech confers countless benefits on people who do not much care about exercising that right. Consider the fact that, in the history of the world, no society with democratic elections and free speech has ever experienced … Continue reading →