Lance Simmens: Trump’s untruths are merely truths turned upside down to keep you on your toes. When he says he is draining the swamp he is actually stocking it with more deadly creatures.
Lance Simmens: Oh you silly child, I ran on a serious platform, drain the swamp, clean house, run the government like a business, scare the shit out of our enemies, say outrageous things to show that we are not pussies.
Lance Simmens: It is time that we seriously examine the functional utility and desirability of the Electoral College. This product of late 18th century political expediency has probably outlived its usefulness.
Lance Simmens: It is critical for those who proffer Making America Great Again, shorthand for returning to a time when blacks and other minorities knew their place in society, to erect obstacles that discourage the participation of Asians, Hispanics, and Blacks.
Lance Simmens: If you are one of those who is still undecided about whom to cast your vote for next month for President, consider what an unconventional Trump Administration might look like from the standpoint of the law.
Lance Simmens: The continuing emasculation of one of the major political parties in a decidedly two-party system is proving too much for many Republican leaders.
Lance Simmens: Donald Trump has shown himself to be simply overmatched by the magnitude of the issues that he will be expected to deal with. He has exhibited a disdain, if not outright rejection, of the notion that complex decisions require careful examination of potential consequences.
Lance Simmens: Attention needs to be drawn to what can only be described as editorial prosecution that defies American exceptionalism as a beacon of free press.
axxed, the controversial documentary alleging a direct causal relationship between vaccines and exponential increases in autism amongst children is a deeply disturbing and hence critically important piece of work that will cause many sleepless nights for parents of infants everywhere. I had the honor of both watching the film and participating in a discussion afterwards […]
Lance Simmens: Donald Trump is scary in so many ways, not the least of which is a childish obnoxiousness that begs adult supervision and discipline.
Lance Simmens: The politics of fear, anger, frustration, cynicism, and simpleminded denial of complex, long-term thinking have fostered a parasite class of political opportunists who have no more concern for the well-being of either the country or the planet than the proverbial man in the moon.
Lance Simmens: The quintessential dilemma facing Republican strategists at this point is how they will destroy their frontrunner without destroying the party. Further complicating the issue is whether or not a Trump implosion and subsequent retreat will not have the same effect on the health of the party.
Lance Simmens: In the eyes of the lunatic fringe evidently Obama is not only a Muslim, Kenyan, and Socialist but also a Nazi sympathizer.