Twitter’s fans have often said that, with a little creativity, it’s possible to communicate everything that’s really necessary in 140 characters or less. Today, I saw a post on Twitter that seemed determined to prove that a person can pack in much more than is
Donald Trump should have been able to see right away that @WhiteGenocideTM is filled with racist extremism… but Donald Trump chose to retweet the NeoNazi White Supremacist’s material anyway.
When Donald Trump talks about his plans to use the federal government to “save Christianity once and for all”, he is talking about a plan to overturn the Constitution and end democracy in the United States of America. Now that Donald Trump has made his intention to seize the U.S. federal government and convert it into a central authority over Americans’ religious lives, Americans need to ask themselves whether it is more important to them to push one form of Christianity on other Americans, or to preserve their democracy.
For much of this year, Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul has offered a promotional webpage on which he encourages certain groups of Americans to download their very own “_________ for Rand” image to use in social media and on their own web pages. As you
Political banter should be scored somehow, maybe as they do it in fencing, maybe as they do it in the Olympics. An exchange like this should be given a special name, like “triple salchow”:
Colorado Rep. Lois Landgraff shared this thought yesterday: I’m confused. Is it better when angels do it?
It’s just 7:25 AM, and Trump made his angry, ignorant tweet at 11:00 PM last night, but already, there are thousands of Trump’s supporters retweeting and favoriting his message that Jeb Bush speaks Mexican and that Americans should only be allowed to speak English.
Back in January of this year the patrician John Ellis Bush (nicknamed “Jeb Bush” for a populist touch) declared the opening of his presidential campaign. To mark the occasion, he also opened his official hashtag channel on Twitter, #righttorise. Bush invited Americans to talk up his campaign
Jeb Bush’s campaigns are gloating right now. Sure, Jeb Bush’s official campaign, which is limited to accepting only a few thousand dollars per donor, is doing poorly: it has raised just $11.4 million so far this year. But Jeb Bush’s shadow Super PAC campaign, with
January 7, 2015: Jeb Bush announces the launch of his Twitter hashtag #RightToRise April 1-3, 2015: a grand total of 12 people Tweet using the #RightToRise hashtag on Twitter. Messages include: @actdontreact: #righttorise is like #righttowork. It’s nothing of the sort! #JebBush2016 gift2usa: RT @TheNotoriousJEB: