Monthly Archives: October 2018

Blue Magick

Blue Magick I call upon the spirits of light, the angels of constitutional democracy, of reasonable policy based upon science, I humbly beseech you: Arise! Cast out the demons of fear and corruption. Break the curse of dark money, lies … Continue reading

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Trickle Down

Trickle Down My boss’s boss lives a few floors above. He’s a nice enough guy, we can talk sports but he’s used to sitting in the skybox while I’m in the cheap seats. His boss lives in the penthouse with … Continue reading

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To My Fellow White Men

To My Fellow White Men We’re great, that’s undeniable, we put ourselves on the moon, kicked Hitler’s Nazi ass and ran the English out of America. But all those fine accomplishments with flags and parades were achieved by our grandfathers … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Time

Once Upon A Time A man could raise a family, pay off a mortgage and take a nice vacation every year on a single salary. That’s where I was raised, that quaint country called America. It wasn’t perfect, just ask … Continue reading

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Suicidal Voter Guide

Try to keep your head out of the oven for just one more month. Unless it’s an electric then walk away from the window and go to your polling place. Unless you live in a ranch then leave the pills … Continue reading

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