I wrote this for The Hill. Done, I tell you.
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That time my manhood was questioned on Twitter
I’ve made no secret that I’m an asshole on Twitter. I don’t precisely revel in it, but I do accept that when one lives by the sword, one dies by the sword. I have a few rules of engagement, though. I limit my name-calling as much as possible to public figures (I know even that’s …
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Here’s some honest-to-God election rigging
Read Ari Berman’s The Nation article here. It’s not the Democrats and someone should tell Donald Trump
Remember that time Donald Trump brought four of Bill Clinton’s accusers to a debate?
Guess if we invite Donald Trump’s accusers to Wednesday’s debate, we’re going to need a bigger hall. Thank you. I’m here all week.
So on Twitter over the weekend…
…the hashtag “HillaryGropedMe” began trending in response to the multiple accusations against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, and for the first time in a while, I was nearly stopped in my tracks with…with…frustration? Anger? Disgust? It takes a lot to disgust me, but I waded in because having a flippant hashtag like that is precisely the kind …
And while I’m swinging the bat:
I wrote this for The Hill. The Republican candidate’s sad, woman-hating life reminds us to think and talk about sexual boundaries.
I’ll be using this for my Communication & the Law class next semester
Thank you, Donald Trump, for this teachable moment.
Donald Trump is a man baby
Because I said so in The Guardian.
This just in…
While male evangelical leaders are sticking with Whatzisname, prominent female evangelical leaders (like Beth Moore, above) are breaking from their male peers and asking: When will you believe me and stand by me? You can read more here. And thanks, Cynical.
A Wall of Shame of Evangelicals
Leftover sends this: Despite Sexual Assault Claims, Evangelical Leaders Sticking With Trump from Buzzflash. Here’s a clip: Robert Jeffress, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas and a member of Trump’s Evangelical Executive Advisory Board, called the comments “lewd, offensive, and indefensible,” and then added that he was still voting for him. There are no …