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  1. 2 days ago on M2Bulls

    Having the Republican Convention there will certainly send the crime rate soaring…

  2. 3 days ago on Pedro X. Molina

    It’s been on the market a long time….

    Conservative judicial activist Leonard Leo arranged for the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to be paid tens of thousands of dollars for consulting work just over a decade ago, specifying that her name be left off billing paperwork, according to documents reviewed by The Washington Post. In January 2012, Leo instructed the GOP pollster Kellyanne Conway to bill a nonprofit group he advises and use that money to pay Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, the documents show. The same year, the nonprofit, the Judicial Education Project, filed a brief to the Supreme Court in a landmark voting rights case.Leo, a key figure in a network of nonprofits that has worked to support the nominations of conservative judges, told Conway that he wanted her to “give” Ginni Thomas “another $25K,” the documents show. He emphasized that the paperwork should have “No mention of Ginni, of course." The Washington Post

  3. 7 days ago on Clay Jones

    When Fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross….

  4. 10 days ago on Prickly City

    Trump keeps two sets of books and bankruptcy can be profitable…..

    “Another thing you can do is run a business that stays afloat for a number of years without really being profitable. Then you pay yourself a high salary, and when it eventually goes bankrupt that’s the investors’ problem.

    Russ Buettner and Charles V. Bagli have a fantastic, in-depth, 5,000-word account of Donald Trump’s business dealings in Atlantic City for the New York Times that is full of lurid details that amount to this core point: Trump’s New Jersey casinos were never successful operating businesses, but they did make a lot of money for Donald Trump personally, because he tunneled assets out of the enterprises into his own pockets.

    While the sheer range of businesses Trump has been involved with over the years — real estate development, casinos, suits, reality television, steak, water, a “university,” books, presidential politics — may offer the superficial appearance of a broad range of mastery, the story of Trump’s adventures in Atlantic City reveal something else.

    Across these ventures, Trump has mastered essentially a single skill — structuring deals to be financially beneficial to him personally regardless of whether the underlying business is successful. Rather than creating wealth for his business partners, Trump took advantage of investors who believed in him in order to benefit himself personally — just as he did years later with the “students” at Trump University." VOX

  5. 12 days ago on La Cucaracha


  6. 12 days ago on Clay Jones

    What’s Trump to do if he can’t hang out with other felons as part of his probation?

  7. 13 days ago on Non Sequitur

    Ask Eddie to take you…

  8. 16 days ago on Pearls Before Swine

    We also had the “Fairness Doctrine”….

  9. 17 days ago on Clay Bennett

    Many in the GOP were complicit in the Jan 6th attempt to overthrow our democracy. Their only hope is to stop the DOJ from doing its job.

  10. 21 days ago on Rob Rogers

    Same as the old Trump…