Tag Archives: Politics

The Road to the 2020 Election is Paved with Memes

It feels like candidates have been campaigning for the 2020 presidential election for ages. In fact, the first person to enter the race was John Delaney – in July 2017. In the two and a half years since, 28 additional … Continue reading

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Greys Anatomy Forever?

    Greys Anatomy recently celebrated their 15th year, 332nd episode and according to Justin Chambers (Alex Karev, MD), television history! The question is, how long is this epic show going to be on, how have they lasted this long, … Continue reading

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Instagram Immaturity

Donald Trump JR. has taken Instagram immaturity to a new level! As son of The President of the United States of America, there is a certain level of respect that should be shown, whether a person agrees with that or … Continue reading

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Nothing to Report

The ongoing special counsel investigation report about the President and his administration, led by Bob Mueller, was submitted to the Attorney General last Friday. It was the biggest news story of the weekend and possibly the year. For the entire … Continue reading

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Has Trump Lost His Edge?

Friday, January 25th President Trump re-opened the government for a 3 week term in a surprising change of heart! Many of his supporters are concerned with the reasoning behind this, has he gone soft or is there a plan we … Continue reading

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Sanders in 2020

Democrats have their sights set on reclaiming the White House in 2020, and it is looking to be a full field of presidential hopefuls. There is growing speculation that Senator Bernie Sanders will throw his hat in again. He was … Continue reading

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The straw that broke the camel’s back (temporarily)

It seemed there was no end in sight for the United States’ government shutdown, as democrats and republicans were unable to compromise on budget spending for border security. Federal workers languished, going weeks without pay. While there were several heartwarming … Continue reading

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Winter Games Bromance

This is what peace looks like.  Or at least this is what it looks like when a Donald Trump and a Kim Jong Un impersonator crash the Winter Games.  During the opening ceremonies at the Winter Olympics in South Korea, … Continue reading

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The Twitterverse Has a God(dess)

During the Pepsi Superbowl halftime show, pop music’s reigning superstar Lady Gaga, reminded a divided country what it means to be an American with her subtle, political choice of opening songs and fearless talent. She also managed to perform acrobatics, … Continue reading

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“Heil Twitler!”

“We need a leader, not a tweeter!” was a very popular chant at the latest protests this week.  Even I carried a sign stating, “Delete our Twitler in Chief!” It’s obvious that many of us in the opposition have a strong … Continue reading

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