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The TPI Morning Gazette: Trump, Bush, Willie Horton Ad, Law Engforcement Mouthpiece

In Bush, Law Engforcement Mouthpiece, The TPI Morning Gazette, Trump, Willie Horton Ad on September 1, 2015 at 6:55 PM

Non-Progressive News

Did writers and producers at Fox News actually hand their on-air mouthpieces a script that included, “People are drunk on rights in this country.” Has Fox placed a key trait of conservatism open for scrutiny? Conservatives are about as anti- personal rights an ideology as anyone could ever imagine.

GOP campaign ad wars!

Did that ad remind you of the highly racist and GOP trend setting Willie Horton ad against Michael Dukakis back in 1988?

Racism is so very ugly,

Trump deploys a bit of Jeb’s Mother as ammo against his candidacy. You surely knew some guttural GOP candidate would use Jeb’s mother’s past frank remarks.

Bush fires back

Rand Paul punched Trump (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); var icx_publication_id = ‘14291’; var icx_copyright_notice = ‘2014 TheProgressiveInfluence’; //

Could the Wichita Oligarchs have given up on Scott Walker?
Posted by Mike Victor on Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The rational person understands the person who makes the perfect stooge is not generally the brightest.

The Gazette would not be complete without a dose of law enforcement minstrel-ism.

If you are a Fox News viewers you know the Milwaukee Sheriff who seems to have issues with all things black in the United States. From President Obama to the right to protest cop abuse in the nation, The sheriff and all of his North Korean general like uniform trinkets is as network mainstay. 

 The Sheriff is noted for co-signing any negative Fox News comments about black protesters and I believe he has been observed at least one noted tea party event.  Although in the safe comfort of the Fox News studio, the Sheriff is insulted from natural disasters that could befall the generals.  Disasters such as lightening strike. 

As is always the case when the demagogue leaves the safe comfort of Fox News, he suffers a credibility hit comparable to lightening strike. Who better to deliver the strike than CNN contributor Professor Marc Lamont Hill.

Marc Lamont Hill puts sheriff David Clarke in his place after talking out line about police violence against black people


Republicans at work……Posted by United Americans on Monday, August 31, 2015

An inquiry into a Michigan political scandal found two Republican lawmakers committed misconduct and abuse in a failed effort to cover up an affair.Posted by NBC News on Monday, August 31, 2015


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