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How Do I Fool Thee? Let Me Count the Ways – The Heist of the 2020 Election

How Do I Fool Thee? Let Me Count the Ways – The Heist of the 2020 Election

by Phil Erwin If you spent any time at all watching the various State legislative hearings into possible election irregularities, you would have heard some of the points listed below. Had you listened to several of those hearings, you would have quickly realized you were hearing the very same complaints in several states – complaints […]

2020: Who the H*** Won?

2020: Who the H*** Won?

by Phil Erwin It’s the 22nd of November. A full 20 days since we had an election. Twenty days. A shade shy of three weeks. Who the Hell won??? Don’tcha wish you knew? (If you’re a Democrat, you undoubtedly think you already do know. But… Not so fast! As I wrote earlier – the Fat […]

MAGA Nation: Can They Stop the Steal?

MAGA Nation: Can They Stop the Steal?

by Phil Erwin This has certainly been a banner year of election firsts: First Presidential election amidst a pandemic First time ballots were mailed out en masse First time a Presidential candidate ran his “campaign” almost entirely remotely. First time most major news media organizations and social media sites blatantly, vociferously opposed the current President […]

Did The Fat Lady Sing Already?

Did The Fat Lady Sing Already?

by Phil Erwin Yeah, yeah. I know. It’s a terribly non-PC aphorism. I’ll probably be labeled “sexist” for using it. Might even be called a “weight-ist” or “obese-ist,”  ‘cept those don’t really roll off the tongue. Actually, most people who use the phrase probably don’t even know where it came from. ‘Cause, ya know… There […]

TWITTER: Conversation Facilitator, or Truth-Killer?

TWITTER: Conversation Facilitator, or Truth-Killer?

by Phil Erwin So.    Twitter has reportedly “released” the New York Post’s account from the dark oblivion it suffered for two weeks, after its account was locked because they posted links to their then-current articles about Hunter Biden’s possibly corrupt activities. Twitter told the Post they could have their account unlocked just as soon as […]

Who Is Tony Bobulinski (and Why Should We Care)?

Who Is Tony Bobulinski (and Why Should We Care)?

by Phil Erwin Do you recognize the name “Tony Bobulinski”? Know why he’s important to you? If you are a Conservative, a Republican or an unaffiliated Independent – or even an open-minded Democrat (are there any still alive?) – you probably know at least a little about this guy. He’s been prominent in the news […]

October Surprise: Grift Ghosts in Government?

October Surprise: Grift Ghosts in Government?

by Phil Erwin The long-anticipated “October Surprise” has finally dropped. Every election year, there’s some major news story that suddenly roils the political landscape like an earthquake, toppling political structures, blowing up strategies, exploding the polling and embarrassing the pollsters. This year’s Surprise took the form of e-mails potentially proving that not only was Hunter […]

2020: The Real Stakes in the Upcoming Election

2020: The Real Stakes in the Upcoming Election

by Phil Erwin It has been said often, and by many: The coming election will be the most important one of our lifetime. I’m not an historian. I can’t site the specific historical contexts, issues and challenges of elections past. In fact, I can barely recall the names of half our past Presidents. But history […]

Hydroxychloroquine and the Mainstream Media: A National DIS-service

Hydroxychloroquine and the Mainstream Media: A National DIS-service

by Phil Erwin In the early weeks of the Coronavirus pandemic, there was an actual back-and-forth debate about whether Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) would prove an effective way to combat the virus. Three months into the U.S. spread of the infection, the initial indications were at least promising, and the Media seemed, if not hopeful, at least […]

Tell Me, Please: Who Can I Vote For?

Tell Me, Please: Who Can I Vote For?

by Phil Erwin Help! Somebody, please tell me: Who can I vote for? I kinda felt that way in 2016. And such may be the internal, agonizing question now being asked, silently, by a great many Democrats and Independents who are recognizing the – ahem – shall we say, tenuous nature of Joe Biden’s basement […]

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