Greg Gianforte did it. As the tides of the electorate seemed to turn against him, he managed to squeak out a win for Montana’s lone congressional district, keeping the Democrats from winning their first election of the Trump presidency. As of about midnight, he had won 51 percent of the vote to Rob Quist’s 44 […]Read more "Analysis: Why the Dems lost and might keep losing"
One of the oldest and most popular political jokes, which I already knew as an eight-year-old, is as follows. If pro is the opposite of con, then what is the opposite of progress? Congress. Of course, if Congress was to agree on this joke, it would take at least three all-night sessions, a 10-hour filibuster […]Read more "The Denome’s Advocate: Congress"
I’ve fallen prey to the same trap that has encapsulated a solid portion of America. I have begun to see the administration of President Trump as normal, or at least, gotten used to the bombastic and reckless comments uttered by Trump on the daily. The Comey scandal, while certainly out of the ordinary even for […]Read more "The Denome’s Advocate: Threatening the free press"
Since I was lazy and didn’t get one of these published two weeks ago, here’s two for this week to make up for it. Sweat began to roll down the president’s head as each senator stood up. Legislator after legislator responded to the question of “Should the president be convicted of treasonous acts?” with an […]Read more "The Denome’s Advocate: The case for impeachment"