Category: Donald Trump

This so-called ‘new normal’ had better not be the permanent ‘normal’

In 1920, Warren G. Harding’s campaign slogan was “a return to normalcy.” He won. Perhaps that ought to be Trump’s new slogan: “Make America Normal Again.” One of the ickiest phrases around lately is the “new normal.” We’re told by leftist politicos and a thousand commercials that we’re in the

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Trump Derangement Syndrome Trump hatred

The inchoate, vacuous emotionalism of Trump Derangement Syndrome

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased Trump Derangement Syndrome symptoms from moderate to acute, with rampant emotionalism erasing all sense and reason. I didn’t like Barack Obama. My dislike for him started with his policies and, eventually, extended to his person. Policy-wise, I didn’t like his frequently expressed belief that America

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Conspiracy theory

The enormity of what Obama’s people did to Trump makes this conspiracy theory . . . reasonable?

A theory about a peculiar Eric Holder tweet doesn’t seem like a laughable conspiracy theory when you consider what Obama-ites have already done to Trump. I’ve always said of conspiracy theories that they connect invisible dots to make imaginary lines. Within their own tight little universe, they make total sense.

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