Who hasn’t this president managed to insult or offend? In the past week, he’s taken on NFL owners and leadership for standing behind players who chose to exercise their First Amendment rights. He’s taunted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un by repeatedly referring to him as “Little Rocket Man.” Invective that may very well lead us to the precipice of nuclear war. In August, the president defended White Supremacists, Nativists, anti-Semites, Neo-Nazis, and the KKK. He believes they’re good people. Despite their espousing a social and political agenda that is at once undemocratic and dangerous. Last year, he lashed out at Ghazala and Khizr Kahn, Gold Star parents whose son,… Read More


So Donald Trump thinks Freedom of Speech as demonstrated by Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players should get them fired? Of course, when it comes to his good friend, “Patriot” Tom Brady cheating to win AFC Championship games, it’s okay. Maybe it’s just good business. Like stealing money from contractors who did their jobs, but in a manner “unacceptable” to Donald Trump. Like swindling hundreds, maybe thousands, of people out of money to attend Trump “University.” Like doing business with shady and corrupt oligarchs, foreign governments, and foreign agents. Donald Trump stuck his nose into professional football once and failed. Remember the old New Jersey Generals of the now-defunct USFL? He… Read More


During the president’s first (and, hopefully, only) appearance before the United Nations General Assembly today, he had these prescient words: “If the righteous many do not confront the wicked few, then evil will triumph… When decent people and nations become bystanders to history, the forces of destruction only gather power and strength.” Here’s my question: is he talking about Kim Jong Un, the Iranian leadership, ISIS, Al-Qaeda… or himself? Think about it. “The Righteous Many” may very well be those nations who have heretofore been our closest allies. “The Wicked Few” might very well be the president and his minions. “Decent People and Nations” may again be a nod to… Read More


Imagine that the president, in announcing his candidacy two years ago, had thrown his hat into the ring for the Democratic nomination. It’s not entirely impossible that he could have done so. For over two decades, most of the president’s campaign contributions went to Democratic candidates, both locally and nationally. He changed party affiliations over that period five times – ping-ponging between both parties and engaging in a brief fling with the Independence party in addition to electing to choose no party when registering to vote four years before declaring his candidacy. In previous years, the president supported many issues near and dear to the hearts of Democrats: a woman’s… Read More


The most dangerous man in America – perhaps in the world –  right now is not Donald J. Trump; it might not even be Kim Jung Un. The most dangerous man in this country is Steven K. Bannon, former White House Chief Strategist and self-anointed visionary of the Alt-Right. In between gritting his teeth and clenching his jaw during an interview with Charlie Rose on 60 Minutes this past Sunday, Bannon vowed to “take the fight to the people we need to take the fight to.” He didn’t quite define who the “we” are; presumably, he and the purveyors of “real news” he oversees at Breitbart News. Nor was he… Read More


Yes, yes. AGGREGATED. I know. Spelling is incorrect. Just a little play on words. We’re aggregating content that is aggravating at times. Hence… SO AGGRAGATED! We’ll keep you posted!  … Read More