The Trump Georgia Tape: Naked Corruption for All to Hear

Trump was recorded in a one hour phone call with Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in which Trump begged and cajoled him to “find” 12,000 “missing” votes for Trump. To hear it in its entirety, go to https://youtu.be/NU5a3Kr1Dhw. This is a smoking gun with fingerprints. Never has corruption been so obvious on its face.

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Pop Cramps: Walk, Drive, Fly You or Your Ballot to the Polls or Drop Box

With a week to go, it’s apparent that if you haven’t mailed your ballot, it has a chance of not getting there by election day, and the Supreme Court says, at least in Wisconsin, that means your vote can’t be counted.

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Celebrating Labor Day and the Labor Movement

My grandparents on my Father’s side worked in the Hat Corporation of America factory in Norwalk, Connecticut most of their lives. My grandmother was a seamstress; my grandfather worked in the printing plant making those nice silk logo’d liners that went into men’s hats in those days. They were religious and patriotic.

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New Trump Tell-All Books Should Help Define the Campaigns

So the next two weeks should be fun, in a perverse kind of way. The more you know, right? Of course, at this point, I and many others don’t need more books to sway my vote, but those on the fence can always use an extra push. There were more republicans of note on the Democratic National Convention than the Republican one, and they keep getting pushed over the edge, if twitter is to believed.

I trust journalism and journalists. I was one for a couple of years.I interviewed politicians and people on the street, and grew to trust the people on the street more than the politicians. Journalists learn to be cynical. They’re trained by the politicians.

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