War. Class. Honor. Respect. [Re: The 2016 Al Smith Dinner]

Whenever you hear of Barbarians, they aren’t inside the castle…. They’re at the gates.

I just watched Trump bomb at The Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner.

By “bomb”, I mean Trump got booed for quite a while, several times during his speech.

Because of his performance tonight, I’m now positive that Trump will *never* be the President of the United States of America.

Time will tell whether I’m correct or not. I think he’s going to get completely wiped out by Hillary in an embarrassing fashion on November 8th.

Here’s why my belief increased from being 80% sure to being 99% sure: Continue reading “War. Class. Honor. Respect. [Re: The 2016 Al Smith Dinner]”

Republicans’ 99 Problems

Reader “Paul” asked me why this Rush Limbaugh situation is a REPUBLICAN problem.

I will attempt to explain this.

Reader “Paul” asked me why this Rush Limbaugh situation is a REPUBLICAN problem.

I will attempt to explain this.

The (most recent) Republican Problem

1. Rush Limbaugh cheerleads for Republicans all day and all night.
2. Rush Limbaugh said some stupid and unnecessary **** about women.
3. None of the Republican candidates for PRESIDENT. OF. THE. UNITED. STATES. were willing to disavow his comments AT ALL, much less take an active stance AGAINST what he said. Continue reading “Republicans’ 99 Problems”

Iraqi Refugee Documentary: Five Year Anniversary of the Iraq War

Today, March 20th, 2008 marks the five year anniversary of the start of the Iraq war. We’ve been told what’s going on IN Iraq, but what about the people who fled to other countries for asylum and have now become refugees? What about their familes? Their careers?

Christian Payne traveled to Jordan to photograph and interview Iraqi refugees. Bill Cammack edited his photos and narration into this video, “Iraqi Refugees: Life in the Shadows”.


For more information, visit Christian’s site, “OurManInside.com” via this link => [Iraqi Refugees: Life in the Shadows].

To watch the film in Windows Media or Real Media, visit The UN Refugee Agency’s ‘web videos’ page on UNHCR.org.