Tag Archives: Republicans

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

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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

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The Axis of Ego Podcast: Harrison Weinhold (Part Two)

In the second part of this discussion, Harrison and I touch on a number of topics, including the 2016 presidential race, more on racism, and the Washington Redskins’ nickname woes. Take a listen, even if you missed part one. One … Continue reading

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The Axis of Ego Podcast: Harrison Weinhold (Part One)

Harrison Weinhold of Guest House Radio and Tom Garrett of this humble website sit down to talk politics and culture.  In the first portion of this two-parter, they discuss the Christopher Dorner story, perceptions of the L. A. P. D., … Continue reading

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Best of 2012

The Axis of Ego’s second year was a productive one.  This is the 105th and final post of the year, which averages out to a hair over two pieces per week.  Not a bad clip.  As of this writing, the … Continue reading

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Good News / Bad News (Part Two)

My name is Tom, and I’m here to help. When last we “met,” I discussed the problems faced by the Republican Party in the wake of last week’s elections.  While I noted that the fallout from the elections and the … Continue reading

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Good News / Bad News (Part One)

“The Democratic Party has shown itself over the last four elections to be a very slow learner, and, so, it may take them some more elections to get a new vocabulary.” – George Will, election night, 1984. In the modern … Continue reading

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Election Day

Today, we as a nation decide between the evil, plutocratic cult member who wants to take the country back to the 1950s[1], or the anti-American socialist Muslim who probably isn’t even eligible to be president in the first place.  Or … Continue reading

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How Many Cowboy Hats Does It Take to Win An Election?

One of the previous occupants of the house I now own did a shoddy job of passing along her change-of-address information when she vacated the premises.  What’s particularly frustrating about her failure to do so is that she isn’t even … Continue reading

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Awkward Moments in Entertainment History: One, Two…Uh…

This may not technically be “entertainment,” but what it lacks in that area it more than makes up for in the “awkward” department.  This is just excruciating to watch.  Best of luck in your future endeavors, Rick Perry. “Oops.”

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