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For Trump's Fans, foes, frenemies and Twitter followers.

  • Wade Wainio
    Published 2 days ago
    Thoughts on Trump's Rapidly Increasing Authoritarianism

    Thoughts on Trump's Rapidly Increasing Authoritarianism

    Some will deny that Trump is not dangerous, but he has firmly established himself as willing to go after political opponents. There are hurdles in his way, but don't doubt for a moment that he wouldn't knock them down if he could.
  • Mark Lancaster
    Published 5 days ago
    Why this year's presidential election is unlike any other
  • Paul Levinson
    Published 9 days ago
    Seven Books about Trump

    Seven Books about Trump

    I often say to my students, when we talk about which is the most powerful, predominating medium in our political world, that you shouldn't count older media out. Trump made Twitter his medium, because he had a talent for the short, vehement missive, and it allowed him to communicate directly to his followers, without the intervention of the press (Hitler loved radio and its affordance of direct broadcasts from him for the same reason).
  • T.C. Randall
    Published 18 days ago
    Explaining Trump

    Explaining Trump

    Many of my story ideas stem from real life social issues. Then, I have to figure out a good story to illustrate what I am trying to say. My next book, for instance, involves a serial killer on the loose. The story actually began, however, as an attempt to illustrate the mind of a sociopath. This is because I was getting tired of trying to explain Trump’s behavior to people online.
  • Shirley Belk
    Published 20 days ago
    Mr. President, Sir:

    Mr. President, Sir:

    I was introduced to the celebrity figure, Donald Trump by none other than my grandmother. My grandmother loved keeping up with Hollywood gossip, celebrity drama, and all the glitz and glam of the movie stars. Of course, in that mix was the high profile couple, Donald & Ivana Trump from New York. I liked to keep up with my grandmother, so I would listen as she gave me the low down on the "lifestyles of the rich and famous" even better than Robin Leach could have. If Mr. Leach was before your time, he was a television celebrity journalist/host who coined the term, "champagne wishes and caviar dreams" and spoke in a thick and highly pronounced British accent.
  • Brenda Mahler
    Published 21 days ago
    Quotes that Illustrate Trump’s Ignorance

    Quotes that Illustrate Trump’s Ignorance

    From the first time I read The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, I knew Mark Twain was my kind of guy. He had a sense of humor, refuted the value of politics, appreciated hard work, and knew how to deal with a bad hair day.
  • Shaun Sarwar
    Published 21 days ago
    “I am the least racist person there is anywhere in the world”

    “I am the least racist person there is anywhere in the world”

    No, it isn’t me making this claim. But I’ll give you a few hints as to who did. First, you know of this person. You do. I’m certain. Second, you have strong opinions about this person. You may love or hate this person, but you do not feel indifferent towards him or her.
  • Sarah Dickinson
    Published 26 days ago
    MAGA NATION

    MAGA NATION

    If you’re anything like me it’s hard to find your place on the political spectrum. Never really identifying or fitting in with either party. Maybe the world of politics never held your interest or attention. Maybe politics is the bane of your existence as it fuels a hate fire deep in Your soul whenever the topic is bought up.
  • Cyn Kitt
    Published 28 days ago
    Hey, Hey, Mr. Postman

    Hey, Hey, Mr. Postman

    Whatever we are becoming, I am entirely down. The progressive nature in me allows for it. Asks for it. Craves for it. I want all parts. I want all the smoke in monumental change. Except for this shit! Donald J. Trump is cutting back on U.S Postal Service funding as a blackmail-haha punny enough- for Democratic votes to be hopefully minimized and obsolete. Majority of voting is taking place through virtual mailing because of Corona. Now I afflict this because it directly affects my community and I. One of the bros just got put on to a very respectable job with the U.S Postal Service. A little hood bumpkin from Bedstuy Projects, statistically acclaimed to gang and gun violence, highly susceptible to teenage pregnancy, and an even higher probability of dropping out of high school; opportunity didn’t just come running if you get my gist. Now, my bro-NYC lingo- for good friend happened to defeat these odds that were pined against him. All thanks to his caring mother, his persistent girlfriend, and his own good old fashioned self ambition. Wanting something better for his time, he applies for a city job. That means commitment, loyalty, steadfast obedience, and structure to the state in which you were born, in hopes of a brighter, better future for yourself. Now, he took that risk, aced the test, and began working full time. Boasting and prideful that he had what most could not fathom, his shit together. Guwop was looking mighty healthy for the big bro especially being that he was the catalyst to all DIY, home quarantine-version, in-style at home, delivery things.
  • Colleen Sweeney
    Published about a month ago
    Dear Man in Office

    Dear Man in Office

    Dear Man-in-Office,
  • Agnes Laurens
    Published 2 months ago
    Why Trump Needs To Lead His Country

    Why Trump Needs To Lead His Country

    The world is turning around at the moment. For months. And a lot of countries have been locked, or are still in lockdown, or are partially open. People still need to work from home, groceries are open but mouth or face masks are obligated in shops and groceries.
  • Wade Wainio
    Published 2 months ago
    Part of Trump's Problem:  Sizzle vs. Steak (Marketing)

    Part of Trump's Problem: Sizzle vs. Steak (Marketing)

    Let's discuss the floundering Trump empire (Trumpire?), and why not start with this TikTok crap? I will attempt to demonstrate how one of Trump's problems is that he sucks at marketing.