In this first “Tiny Dose of Trump” we look at his first speech as a candidate in Manchester New Hampshire in June 2015. Note that his face is blocked by the sign “Mexicans Are People Not Criminals” in this tiny clip which includes the crux of the Donalds Candidacy and […]Read More
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Franken for Hillary VP; ‘Perfect Tonic to Trump’s Coarse Broadsides’ In the all important VP Wars…this may very well be a very very strong choice. Sen. Al Franken should be tapped to be Hillary Clinton’s vice presidential running mate, says Bill Scher, senior writer for the progressive political advocacy group […]Read More
An Open Letter to Trump Voters from His Top Strategist-Turned-Defector By Stephanie Cegielski This is a fascinating letter from Stephanie Cegielski, who is cited here as being Trump’s first Commincation’s Director in the campaign. cegielski says that Trump’s original goal was to come in second. That it started as a “Protest […]Read More
This is an investigative piece from The Washington Past that ran yesterday, March 3 2016. We’re interested in it partially because it discusses transparency in foundations and NGOS, and in particular, a major political candidate’s handling of donated funds, always a huge issue, and we hope that journalists get to […]Read More
The Third Way is not just an idea-that it’s not about Democrats and Republicans, it’s about what works–it’s also an organization in Washington, and it is perhaps the most effective moderate organization in that city. Here is their essential record of achievement entitled a record of Impact. Sometimes people get […]Read More
Ali G and Brother Phil G. who works in the menswear department at Harrods. Hollywood couple Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher have donated $1 million to support victims of the conflict in Syria. The money will be split equally between two international non-governmental organizations: Save the Children and the […]Read More