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Another Dimension of Trump

There seem to be a thousand pejoratives that apply to our president. One that I can’t recall hearing, though it seems very important to me, is that Trump is incapable of feeling obligated. He can’t stand being responsible to anyone. … Continue reading

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Trump Is Easy to Read

We’ve noticed it before. When Trump is stymied and in over his head on some complex but important issue, he creates a tempest in a teapot, picking some trivial issue to distract from his utter incompetence in significant matters. Now, … Continue reading

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Trump Misses the Point. . .Again

Trump hates to lose even the tiniest and least significant arguments. Yesterday he proved that once again by reminding us that there were “bad guys” on the left as well as the right in Charlottesville. He may well be right … Continue reading

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Doubling Down on Ignorance

It is sad to see a person making a fool of himself. Doubly so when he is corrected by others and refuses to learn. And even worse when he then shouts his ignorant foolishness all the louder. That fool, of … Continue reading

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Charlottesville: Asking the Right Question

The controversy over the deadly conflict in Charlottesville has once again pointed out the importance of asking the right question. Or at least both sides trying to ask the same question. Or at the very least both sides hearing the … Continue reading

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Trump Picks Rotten Supporters

I’ve long been tired of pointing out Trump’s obvious and awful flaws but one remains which — so far as I recall — I’ve not mentioned. How many people has Trump chosen who have refused him? We’ll never know. How … Continue reading

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Continuing the Civil War

Another battle in America’s Civil War is being fought today in Charlotteville, Virginia. The War began in 1862 and formally ended in 1865. Spiritually and emotionally, the War has never ended. Today’s ruckus in Charlottesville is just one more battle … Continue reading

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