Mike Pence is, ultimately, a decent human being. Now, there are a lot of people who disagree with his politics or his faith that may think otherwise, but they are wrong. Those disagreements are perfectly valid, since Pence's own politics place him on the edge of the bubble of what most Americans consider acceptable. But … Continue reading Sympathy for Mike Pence?
Every day, with almost every Tweet he sends, Donald Trump brings the United States down a notch in the eyes of the rest of the world. Our standing is below Germany, below China, almost below Russia. And this was all based on polls taken before Trump referred to many of them as "shitholes". (Does anyone … Continue reading Kim Jong-Un wins the gold!
To a large portion of the evangelical wing of the Republican Party, if you don't agree with them politically, then you are not a good Christian. Nevermind that the bulk of their political positions are at direct odds with the life and teachings of Christ, since it is politics first with those people. Confused? Read … Continue reading Is Trump mentally unfit? Depends
(More Mental Calisthenics) You deserve a break in the neighborhood. Home of the $5 footlong. In here, it's always outside the bun. Finger lickin' meats. (OK, so that mashup may be on the edge of too far.) But have you ever looked at a fast food or casual chain restaurant's menu and thought "it's missing something"? … Continue reading Mental Calisthenics: Borrowed menu item
To understand how the media in this country treats candidates differently, look at how they cover their eating habits. For a prime example, let's compare Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, and their apparent liking of the most popular restaurant in America: McDonald's. Like Trump now, Clinton was seen as having a bit of a "battle … Continue reading Big McMedia and presidents
It is illegal to give people cash to vote for a candidate in the United States. But there is an exception. "Vote for me and I will put money in your pocket, because I will cut your taxes" is a perfectly legal method of purchasing your ballot. And that's all it really is. Because we … Continue reading Keep This In Mind: Legal vote buying
(More Mental Calisthenics.) Of all the posts in all the world, you came to this one? As you lean back in your chair letting your mind wander, consider this as a topic: Where would you like to eat a meal? The parameters are that the place you pick must come from a fictional source. It … Continue reading Mental Calisthenics: Fictional Restaurant edition