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Eskimo Brothers In The White House 2/17/15
The Urban Dictionary defines Eskimo Brothers as a term used to describe two men who have had sex with the same woman.

John F. Kennedy - Liar 2/17/15
Last November in my New York Times Bestseller - The Man Who Killed Kennedy-The Case Against LBJ, I revealed that the oft repeated claim that brave, dashing John F. Kennedy faced down the Soviets in the Cuban Missle Crisis and that the claim that JFK only pledged not to invade Cuba in return for the removal of Soviet missiles was a lie.

The Strange Case of Jeffrey Epstein and Bill Clinton 2/17/15
Elite deviance is a condition sociologists say exists in a society when the elite of that society no longer believe that the rules apply ... to them. "It is not due primarily to psychopathological variables, but to the institutionalization of elite wrongdoing," said Professor David Simon in his landmark book now in its eighth printing, Elite Deviance.

The President Jeb Says He Would Emulate? LBJ. 2/4/15
With Mitt Romney out, former Governor Jeb Bush is the new front runner for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, as he tries for the third restoration of the House of Bush. Although his Florida backers assure us he governed as a conservative, Jeb actually has actually warned us that, like his brother George W. Bush, he would be a Big Government Republican.

Roger Stone vs. the world: Inside the conspiracy-filled mind of legendary GOP trickster 2/4/15
When the definitive history of postwar American politics is written, there will be a chapter exclusively devoted to "ratfucking," which was the delicate term of art that members of Richard Nixon's goon squad would use to describe the countless (and frequently illegal) acts of subterfuge and sabotage they engaged in on their president's behalf.

Our First Woman President? 2/4/15
Isn't it wonderful that we can pride ourselves on the diverse gender, color, economic background and religious affiliations of our elected politicians? I for one, am very proud because it shows, arguably, that we have made huge strides in bringing the American dream of equality to it's full realization. My weakness however, is one that may affect millions of other voting Americans; voting based on religious affiliations, color or gender. This may seem a peculiar idea, but one that lays quietly beneath the surface of why and how voters choose their candidates. After all, for decades some voters have voted purely on political party lines; Republican or Democrat.

Will The Jeffrey Epstein Pedophile Case Snare Clinton? 1/20/15
Is this the scandal that ends Hillary's campaign? Former President Bill Clinton visited the hedonistic private island of a billionaire pedophile who police found was engaging girls as young as 12, multiple times. Now a new lawsuit may compel the former president to testify under oath about what he was doing there.

It's Critics of 'Selma' Who Are Distorting Civil Rights History 1/20/15
Even before it was released on Christmas Day, Selma was under attack.

Why The War On Drugs Has Failed 1/20/15
With the near economic collapse in this country, and the massive bail outs for the banks, the borrowing of astronomical sums from China to keep our "system" propped up, and the decline of our infrastructure, welfare system, public education and drastic cuts in funding low cost clinics to see to our poor and middle class, one would think that our government would have a shortage of money. This is not the case.

Happy Birthday Richard Milhous Nixon 1/9/15
January 9th marks the 102nd birthday of our 37th President Richard Milhous Nixon.

Selma The Movie Gets It Right 1/6/15
As Winston Churchill famously said, "history is written by the victors," which means that truth is often the first casualty in the aftermath of the conflict. Last week, "historian" Mark Updegrove, who doubles as a paid employee of the taxpayer financed Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library, stretched the envelope in a POLITICO article in which he claimed that the new movie "Selma," directed by Ava DuVernay and starring Giovanni Ribisi, Oprah Winfrey, and David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King, distorts the relationship between President Lyndon Baines Johnson and the civil rights leader.

My Dinner With Joe Cocker 1/6/15
I was always a fan of British soul-singer Joe Cocker. Like many, I first became acquainted with the Sheffield England born singer when he stole the show at with a lives set at Woodstock which became the basis for his "Mad Dogs and Englishmen" Tour and live recording. When Republican National chairperson Lee Atwater invited me to dine with the legend in Washington, DC, I jumped at the chance.

Finally Justice For Joe Bruno 1/6/15
Both the New York Post and the New York Daily News reported that former New York State Senate Majority Leader Joe Bruno will be reimbursed $2.4 million that he spent defending himself in two federal trials. Post writer Aaron Short calls the reimbursement "a gift" and insists taxpayers are "on the hook" for the payment.

Hillary's Greatest Vulnerability 1/5/15
Al Hunt, a columnist for Bloomberg News is normally a most perceptive and shrewd political analyst but in arguing that 67 year-old Hillary Clinton has strong appeal among younger voters, he is missing the boat.

CNN Mike Smerconish Reacts To Being Included In 2015 Best Dress List 1/5/15

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