Will someone give James Woods a job, please?

We need to lobby the “Hollywood Elite” to rehire James Woods, so that he can be remembered for things like his portrayal of Father McFeely, rather than his Twitter page.

Seriously.

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[TWD] Who’s going to get it?

Now that the third presidential debate is behind us and voting day is still a couple of weeks ahead of us, it’s time to discuss an issue of almost greater importance. Namely, who’s going to die this Sunday?

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Trumps nonsensical position on ISIS

Donald Trump has talked tough on ISIS for his entire campaign. After the border wall that he thinks Mexico will pay for, vague promises to bring back jobs onshore even though his own companies have done the opposite, one of his other “promises” has been to deal effectively with ISIS.

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TABLE: Terrorism compared to other causes of death in the U.S.

This table originally accompanied “Terrors outsized effect on the election“.

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Terrors outsized effect on the election

I’ve been hesitant to chime in on the Trump Tapes, thinking “What can I add that hasn’t already been said?”. With an eternity of time between now and election day, the revelations from about Trumps womanizing/penchant for sexual assaults will certainly get old.

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Russians, Wikileaks, and Infowars, Oh My!

United States Government accuses Russian Government of political hacking in order to help bolster the candidacy of Donald Trump, only to see Wikileaks dump a 2,000 emails from Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta an hour later.

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Trump disrespects our soldiers (again) to move argument away from tax returns

After a long weekend of getting seared by the press and social media about his leaked 1995 tax returns, Donald Trump came out determined to shift the discussion elsewhere. And he did, by opening a never been tried before attack AGAINST our nations vets, by questioning the strength of those who returned from the battlefield with post-traumatic stress disorder.

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The story of Trump’s Tax Returns is not over yet.

Late Saturday night, the New York Times published the first page of several of Donald Trump’s tax returns that were filed in 1995. While his opponents claim triumph in establishing that Trump hasn’t been paying much in the way of taxes for many years. While anyone to the Left of Trump is calling this a victory, it needs to be emphasized that this almost certainly isn’t the information that Trump has been so desperate to hide from his supporters.

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A Tale of Two Foundations

The more that Donald Trump and his supporters have done to shine the spotlight on the Clinton Foundation, the more it’s becoming clear that it’s the foundation that bears his name that is tarnished.

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Presidential Debate Night 1: Drinking Game Rules

Debate night is upon us. Hillary versus Donald. Clinton versus Trump. America versus Russia. However you’d like to slice or dice it. Below are my suggested rules for tonights discourse. If you have any suggested changes or additions, please comment below or send me a Tweet!

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