It’s hard to believe but it’s true. Donald Trump is the President-elect of the United States of America. A man who has never held a public office in his life now is Commander and Chief of the most potent and lethal military force in history. Put another way, the fate of planet rests in . . . → Read More: the disgruntled democrat: Considering What Just happened in the US, It should Be Painfully Obvious Why Canada Should Change Its Voting System
The cold, tasteless stuff you insist on calling beer is not actually beer at all.
A MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN
To the citizens of the United States of America from Her Sovereign Majesty
The budding bromance between our PM Trudeau and President Obama is to be but a dim memory as President-elect Donald J.Trump prepares to govern the United States.
NAFTA is on the table, TTP is on
The fear of democracy has a long history. Plato was mistrustful of the demos, believing it would be subject to bullies and to tyrants. In England, the storming of the Bastille in France by the sans-culottes during the French Revolution was dismissed as a regrettable manifestation of “mobocracy”. According to Thomas Jefferson, one of the most . . . → Read More: the disgruntled democrat: Democraphobia Runs Rampant in North America
THE UNITED STATES has been plunged into a state of purgatory following the election of Donald Trump. In all political quarters, people are engaged in their own of how this happened and what
They’re not like us. They’re not our religion. They’re not our colour. They don’t speak our language. They don’t dress like us. They don’t eat like us. They don’t drive like us, shop like us, read like us, walk like us. We need to control them. Deport them. Jail them. Make them convert. Make them . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Kellie Leitch’s politics of division
Since I’m making an effort to put more of my thoughts here, I’m gathering up a bunch of my Facebook posts and responses. If we know each other on Facebook, apologies for the repetition.
I find much of the analysis and commentary I’ve seen about the recent US election to be quite strange. Donald Trump . . . → Read More: wmtc: president trump: what didn’t just happen
There is a great deal at play here. The controllers of the USA must have felt that they have been dealt ‘Aces and Eights.’ Their days at the palaces of the privileged are under threat.
Will Rahn is a political correspondent and managing director, politics, for CBS News Digital.
The mood in the Washington press corps is bleak, and deservedly so.
It shouldn’t come as
The US election should ring a bell, a very big bell. Voters stayed at home in droves and they did because the tired old two party charade did not speak to them or for them.
Dear United States of America and my American friends: While I am sorry for your loss on election night, I’m afraid, however, I cannot agree to open the border and let you flood in. Canada is a country, not a convenience for Americans trying escape a self-made disaster. You made your own bed, now you . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Dear USA: I’m sorry for your loss.
I’ve spent the past several months reassuring my co-workers and baldly stating on Facebook that Donald Trump would not become President of the United States.
The lesson for me and for many of us: never underestimate what angry, alienated people can be led to do. The racism, hatred, and violence that is always present . . . → Read More: wmtc: a dark and frightening day
One really good thing about not watching television is that it is much easier to pick up on things that the mainstream media does not want you to think about. As this Presidential election played out, what the media tried to do is sweep under the rug was the depth of the anger that a . . . → Read More: the disgruntled democrat: Sorry Folks, But This Scribe Saw It Coming
By Michael Moore
Donald Trump never actually wanted to be President of the United States. I know this for a fact. I’m not going to say how I know it. I’m not
This was posted from Alice Machado’s blog ‘Drifting Through My Open Mind ~ Random thoughts and musings‘
Dear Mr. Trump… can I call you Mr. Trump? Is that ok? I want you to be
(Anti-terror bill C51 just took on a whole new face with Donald Trump’s nomination for US President) Has anyone noticed that one of the major policy promises the Trudeau Liberals were elected on seems to be missing in action? When Justin Trudeau took office it seems like the mad rush to legalize pot was […] . . . → Read More: Mind Bending Politics: Protection Our Constitutional Rights Should Be A Priority For Trudeau As A Result Of Trump Nomination
I see Donald Trump’s plan to utterly eviscerate the Republican Party is working very well. Just look who he picked as his running mate: possibly the only white man more bigoted, vile, close-minded, racist and misogynistic than the passel of presi… . . . → Read More: Scripturient: A cunning plan
Over the next few weeks, and months I plan on doing a few blogs on the US election. I think the rest of the world needs to sit down and have an honest conversation with our American cousins. Jeff Jefferies, has some good thoughts about that. Warning below video uses explicit language and is […] . . . → Read More: Mind Bending Politics: US Election 2016 Coverage – Mindbending Style
Brexit certainly has focused political minds throughout the world and in spite of the corporate media message of gloom, there may well be some good comes out of it. Originally published in Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Europeans Contest US Anti-Russian Hype
Hillary Clinton will return to Ohio on Monday with Elizabeth Warren in tow. As Democrats sharpen their general election argument against Donald Trump, it will be their first joint appearance on the campaign trail. Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Hillary Clinton will return to Ohio on Monday with Elizabeth Warren in tow.
Yes, this is about the Democratic Party nomination, but it holds true for Canadians as well. Bernie tells it like it is, a rare and refreshing exception from the spin doctor packaged talking points that Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Bernie Sanders- This Is A Speech For Our Time!