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Category: september 11th

Paul Krugman’s Highbrow Trutherism

As we are all well aware of by now Paul Krugman wrote a scathing and astoundingly asinine post trashing several prominent Republicans who played an undeniably important role on 9/11. He, one can only assume out of an abundance of ass-hattery, posted his pathetic screed on the tenth anniversary of 9/11. That is the most obvious and, therefore, most harped upon act of idiocy Krugman committed. But there is a deeper and more despicable act that Krugman and all the subsequent Krugman coddlers have engaged in. It’s something I like to call highbrow turtherism. Highbrow trutherism involves abandoning the conspiratorial

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Remembering that day

If you’ve visited my blog before you probably know that I try to post an article one or twice a day on the news surrounding political events of the day. However, on this day, I feel it necessary to forgo my usual routine and take this time to remember. However, at the same time, I feel that anything I try and write here will inevitably fall short of what is required to honor those who gave their lives that day. Instead I will leave you with a video tribute. It is a simple slide show of pictures set to the

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