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A Very Sick Man
Trudeau practices his meditation. CNN photo. Front photo by Jonathan Ernst/Reuters Oh man. The Stable Genius just fell off the world stage at London's NATO meeting, and it was not pretty. His speech slurred and his eyes amphetamine-huge, Trump's wee brain seemed spectacularly frazzled, perhaps by...
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The Right Thing To Do
Real people, real issues. Screenshot. For the start of another bleak week at the circus, a reminder that our future boasts the succor and promise of political leaders with empathy, decency, values and emotional intelligence who may yet - please God - take the reins of power from the soulless...
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The War On Thanksgiving
Getty Image Sigh. Our Dear Stable Genius has been busy: Babbling about his gorgeous chest to prove nope no way he had a Big Mac-inspired heart attack, posting perhaps in twisted response to same that bonkers picture of himself as Rocky Balboa, wondering why we waited 100 years to issue the Women's...
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The Rapist Is You
Chilean women protest. All photos by EPA Marking this year's International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, held for the last 40 years on Nov. 25, hundreds of thousands of women from Mexico to Sudan to France took to the streets to honor the roughly 90,000 women murdered each year...
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Bringing Shame To Our People and Our Country: Miller (Still) Must Go
Getty Image. Front photo by Evan Vucci/AP Democrats, civil rights groups and many other sentient humans have turned up the volume on demands for the resignation of white supremacist, Nazi fan-boy, xenophobe and, yes, Jew Stephen Miller after last week's leaks of emails revealing his obsession with...
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I Do Want, Always, Corruption and More Hits From the Ramones
The Ramones. Photo by Howard Barlow/Getty Images Well, it's been a week. It ended aptly with an utterly unglued Trump calling into Fox and Friends to spew an almost hour-long, bat-shit crazy " parade of (his) favorite fever dreams" as hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Killmeade sat...
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Hearing Refugees' Voices: When She Sings, Her Voice Carries Far
Pihcintu photo Refugees are still coming, or trying to. On Thursday, three resettlement organizations filed a lawsuit in Maryland seeking to block Trump's latest racist move to keep brown people from our pristine shores by allowing local officials to reject them; advocates argue the new order,...
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The Final Word From A Madman
Crazy old guy yelling on his lawn. Photo by Jacquelyn Martin/AP. Front photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Despite what was universally viewed as "explosive" testimony from Gordon Sondland implicating him and almost every cretin who works for him in way impeachable crimes, a short time later a fat, old,...
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Our Better Angels
Lincoln speaks to his weary people. Congressional Record/AP On this date 156 years ago, Abraham Lincoln was asked to "give a few appropriate thoughts" at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It was only four and a half months after the Union armies had...
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Hell To The Yeah
Vindman, hero. AP Photo Tuesday's impeachment hearings featured more damning testimony from local hero and National Security Council aide Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, ranging from his statement "I knew I had to report" the Ukraine call to his defining Trump's ask for investigations into Biden "not a...
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