Tag Archives: Michael Cohen

A Fascist America?

Alan Zendell, July 16, 2021 Back in 2017, when I first broached the subject of Donald Trump’s apparent infatuation with the tactics Adolf Hitler used to solidify and expand his power, some readers nodded sadly in agreement, some scoffed, and … Continue reading

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An Epic Supreme Court Decision?

Alan Zendell, February 22, 2021 Did you ever wonder why beavers spend so much time and energy building dams? When I asked Google, it said because those that do survive and those that don’t, don’t. Beavers are rodents, and not … Continue reading

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Thank You, Mr. President

Alan Zendell, December 14, 2020 Yesterday, on CNN’s State of the Union, journalist Jake Tapper thanked President Trump for his service. He noted some real accomplishments, notably, forcing Americans to examine our place in the world and the way our … Continue reading

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Madman Diplomacy

Alan Zendell, March 4, 2019 Donald Trump, who never met a boast he couldn’t embrace, recently declared that it was his feigned irrationality that forced Kim Jong Un to negotiate. That was before the second summit between the two men … Continue reading

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Forgiveness

Alan Zendell, August 22, 2018 The revelations that the president’s former attorney and campaign manager were both guilty as charged were only news in that their federal court convictions confirmed what most of us already knew. They are both guilty … Continue reading

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Distractions

Alan Zendell, July 5, 2018 The announcement of the retirement of Associate Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy ushered in a week of chaos, depression, anger, and anxiety. In other words, it had exactly the effect Donald Trump hoped it would. … Continue reading

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The Fifth

Alan Zendell, April 27, 2018 We all learned about the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution in school. We’ve all heard of people “pleading the fifth” to avoid incriminating themselves in court, and we’re all very sure we know what that … Continue reading

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Cohen Flip

Alan Zendell, April 20, 2018 These days we make predictions at our peril, particularly when they have anything to do with Donald Trump. Still, as rumors begin to fly that his personal attorney, fixer, and consigliere, Michael Cohen might flip … Continue reading

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