Second Steele memo: Kremlin blocked Romney for State

Romney endorsed by U.S President Trump for the U.S. Senate

A in-depth piece from the New Yorker’s Jane Mayer this morning has some stunning news. In a deep dive into the credibility of Christopher Steele and his famous memo, she reports that one of his Russian memos was never made public: One subject that Steele is believed to have discussed with Mueller’s investigators is a memo… Continue reading “Second Steele memo: Kremlin blocked Romney for State”

Serfs don’t need no schoolin’

Uneducated = ignorant and apathetic, which is just fine with Romney and his cronies

By Odd Man Out
Yes, it’s true that college education isn’t for everybody, and that the need for trades people of all sorts is as important as the need for college-educated workers. But the ruling class’s antipathy to public education is about more than this. More here.

Mitt buys inevitability

The NYT probably will run a 2,000-word analysis on how Mitt Romney “turned it around” in Florida, but all we need to know about that primary is in this paragraph from a piece by Charles Pierce:

…Romney won because he had the most money. And because he had the most money, enough of the Tea Party “base,” which was supposed to hate him like gum disease, decided thusly: What the hell? The important thing is to get the Muslim Kenyan Usurper Negro out of the White House, so this is the horse we have to ride. There were something like 13,000 commercials aired in Florida over the past couple of weeks. Ninety-two percent of them were negative, the overwhelming number of which said negative things about N. Leroy Gingrich, Definer of Civilization’s Rules and Leader (Perhaps) of the Civilizing Forces, on behalf of the man who told us on Tuesday night that we should follow him into the old America of hope and joy and not bumper stickers. That is how you win the Inevitability Primary. You buy Inevitability. It doesn’t come cheaply…