Branding Brazile with Pinocchio

What if I changed the name to Pinocchio, Soc? The purpose of changing one name to another may detract from the original author’s intent. Perhaps you ought to identify the . . . Soc, if I change the Russia to Pinocchio, then I may expose the falsity of using Russia as a scapegoat. True. However, […]

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Revolution: Civil Discontent

Voting for Donald J. Trump will fast-track the United States’ economy and societal mayhem, but We the People need it. The 2016 Election identified many reasons why We the People succumbed to using “its just politics” as an excuse for adults acting like children. Trump will indirectly further the U.S., because the People will eventually […]

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At the End of the Day, Corporations Still Reign

I expect something in return. I expect the government to end this corporate welfare. That’s what I want. I want the government to require that companies only profit by making other people’s lives better.  ~Charles Koch Today we may hear, or read, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald Trump agreeing or not agreeing with each […]

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What About WTC #7? Ah, the Pancake Thing.

This video is not a Leftist view; it’s been documented at times, but reliance on today’s journalism (especially during the deregulation of banks and the onset of the “Great Recession”) ceases to exist. ‪#‎Republican‬, ‪#‎Democrat‬ and ‪#‎Indepenent‬ voters must know why we’ve warred, segregated, and kept exclusion as primary taking points in politics.

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From Busch to Koch: It’s Been Happening for Decades

American citizens prolonged their innocent stupidity since, at least, after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. I’m not implying anyone is stupid, because we’ve all accustomed ourselves with such ahistorical lessons in economics, climate awareness, and politics. On April 28, 2016, the New York Times’ Nicholas Fandos greatly informed us about George Mason University’s influential […]

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