Author: Erik Loomis

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This is the grave of Al Haig. Unfortunately born in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania in 1924, Haig grew up in a staunch Republican family. He really wanted to be a military guy but he wasn’t a very good student. “Al is definitely not West Point material,” said one of his teachers. So he went to Notre […]

LULAC

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On January 31, 2018

A big shocker last night when Roger Rocha, head of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) issued his organization’s support of Trump’s ethnic cleansing so long as the Dreamer

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Donald Trump has been playing around with this for some time, but his call last night for Congress to pass a bill allowing Cabinet agencies to fire workers they consider disloyal to the current regime is effectively a call to repeal the Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act of 1883, which ended the Spoils System of […]
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Happy Regicide Day

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On January 30, 2018
Hey, it’s the anniversary of Charles I’s demise at the hands of the Puritans, who was killed today in 1649. Whether it is coincidence that another annoying Brit, Phil Collins, was born on this date in 1951 is unknown. Act accordingly given this vital information. Which given that these were Puritans might mean rallying around […]
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Don’t Watch Political Theater

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On January 30, 2018
Tonight is the State of the Union address. If you watch this, you should reexamine your life priorities. Seriously, why would you watch this? First, if you really want to know what is said, you can just read the thing in like 10% of the time, tops. Second, you already know what is going to […]
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