Tag Archives: dishonesty

How can mature, rational Americans deal with an immature and irrational President?

There’s been much so despair since Election Day, 2016, when a man claiming to be a Republican won despite receiving three million FEWER votes than his opponent. The anti-democratic nature… Read more »

“Where does the decency and morality kick in?”

Coach Popovich to Trump voters: "Where does the morality and the decency kick in?" Speak on it, Pop. SPEAK ON IT.pic.twitter.com/mxEkRGHcb1 — Nerdy Wonka (@NerdyWonka) September 25, 2017 Donald Trump,… Read more »

Everything wrong with America in one sound bite

While Sean Spicer’s appearance at this year’s Emmy Awards has generated a good deal of controversy, View co-host Jedediah Bila thinks everyone should lighten up about it. In the wake… Read more »

“[G]ood people do not vote for Trump”

As if any further evidence was needed, the last few weeks have provided ample proof to arrive at a single conclusion: There is no such thing as a good Trump… Read more »

“I am more fearful of large gatherings of white men….”

Mayor Mike Rawlings of Dallas, the ninth-largest city in the country, said he is “more fearful” of armed white men than of alleged ISIS moles posing as Syrian refugees during… Read more »