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2.2.1 Odd Couple: When Objective and Subjective Collide

Look at this excerpt from Mitt Romney’s infamous 2009 «47%» speech:

Romney: There are 47 percent of the people who will vote for the president no matter what. 504 more words
Critical Thinking

Reince Priebus and Trump Supporters Should Worry about their Future

I just read a statement by Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, and I am still laughing. He had the nerve to threaten the stalwart patriots in his party who refuse to support the most un-principled candidate ever offered by a major party in Donald Trump. 482 more words

Stoner Gary Johnson Doesn't Make Debate Cut

In what may end up being the fatal blow to the Never Trumpers, faux libertarian Gary Johnson won’t be onstage for the first presidential debate. It was the hope that the former New Mexico Governor would be able to siphon off enough of the vote to put Hillary into the White House and maintain the corrupt political elite’s stranglehold on power. 293 more words

A Return to Asylum Politics

Donald Trump’s recent and brief embrace of the truth – stating that he now believes that President Obama was born in the United States cannot begin to drain the swamp of hatred, bigotry and racism that he created by leading the birther movement for almost half a decade. 1 188 more words

Point Of View Columns

The Media's attempt to derail Trump is actually helping him

The winning formula for any work of fiction is always the drama between Good versus Evil.  We root for the protagonist because the antagonist always cheats and we innately hate unfairness and injustice. 607 more words

A Realignment That Terrifies

American political history has seen a handful of so-called Realignment Elections, signifying major shifts in demographic loyalties between voters and political parties. One such election occurred in 1932, when Democrats, under Franklin Roosevelt, began to wrestle the African-American vote, and a vast coalition of working class Whites, away from the Republican party. 267 more words

Opinion