For a day of love, warmth, and Trumpless wonder…. Update: Okay, the impeachment didn’t happen. But we can still keep our hopes up. The elections are coming!

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If you’re wondering how anyone can still support Trump, remember this: Flying monkeys (popular psychology) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Flying monkeys[1] is a term used in popular psychology mainly in the context of narcissistic abuse.[2] They are people who act on behalf of a narcissist to a third party, usually for an abusive purpose…

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Check out this very funny, very telling article in the New Republic, Duncing About Architecture, The ignorance and racism behind the right-wing push for “classical” federal buildings by Kate Wagner. It seems the Trump administration and its enablers are eager to force classical, Federalist architecture on the nation’s government buildings. That is, white columns and…

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Very funny scene from one of my fav sitcoms. It is true, also, about the fact that you could be having a way worse day. But look at it this way. Right now, in Trump’s White House, there are people for whom a bird on their head would seem like a picnic. If you’re having…

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Sounds kinda creepy, but might be a good idea. If we could just sleep through the last days of the Orange One’s presidency.   Exclusive: Humans placed in suspended animation for the first time – The technique, called emergency preservation and resuscitation (EPR), involves rapidly cooling a person to around 10 to 15°C by replacing…

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Editor’s Note: I originally wrote this back on September of 2017. I decided to rerun it today because, well, things haven’t changed much. Steve Bannon is out of the White House, and he’s also out of Breitbart, but we still have a bit of trouble with people in High Places who look in the mirror…

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Of course, we all expected it. There was no chance that a Republican-controlled Senate, and a Republican Party controlled by Trump and #MoscowMitch, would do anything other than acquit Donald Trump. It was as inevitable as Tuesday following Monday. In fact, I rather wonder why the Democrats even bothered with the process, knowing the outcome…

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By J.W. Krauss Editor’s Note: “J.W. Krauss” is the pseudonym of a writer who contacted us shortly after we began publication He or she informed us that s/he is very young, a teenager, who must use a penname because s/he lives in a very conservative family in a very conservative place. LR welcomed “Krauss” to…

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Editor’s Note: This piece first appeared back in September of 2017. I’m re-running it today because things have changed…but that may not make us safer. As Trump slides from power, he and his supporters may become increasingly hysterical. So, as then so today, watch your backs, folks. There could be serious craziness to come.  …

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“Belshazzar’s feast, or the story of the writing on the wall (chapter 5 in the Book of Daniel) tells how Belshazzar holds a great feast and drinks from the vessels that had been looted in the destruction of the First Temple. A hand appears and writes on the wall. The terrified Belshazzar calls for his…

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