The blog post The Case Against Trump (and why some of your friends and family no longer want to speak to you) has been an amazing success, with over 1,300,000 views and counting. Along with that came around 640 comments, which I have tried to keep up with. I respond to some and not others. … Continue reading How to Counter a List of Trump’s “Successes”
I love this country. I always have. But the last few years in the USA have left me truly aghast. Just when I think that there are no more surprises left in American political life, I am handed a freshly squeezed surprise. Bluntly put, I think we’ve reached the point where Donald Trump could drown a bag of kittens on live TV, or indeed “shoot someone on 5th Avenue”, and some people will still consider him the lesser of two evils.
Hunter Biden has become the primary target for Trump’s campaign, with a number of allegations being made against the former Vice President’s son. Hunter Biden’s laptop? Appearing, as if by magic, in a Mac repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware.? Just in time to sway those few remaining undecided voters? It’s almost as if someone planned it, right?
Hell of a weekend. Thursday's announcement that President Trump had tested positive for COVID-19 kicked off a whirlwind few days of endless speculation, not to mention a sudden cascade of cases among White House staff, family and event attendees. What just happened?
On August 8th, I posted the article The Case Against Trump (and why some of your friends and family no longer want to speak to you). It was a labor of love, something that took a long while to compile and went through many revisions and updates before I was ready to put it out … Continue reading You Are Not Alone