Donald Trump seems to be almost as good at dodging taxes as he was at dodging the draft. We already knew that Trump paid no federal income taxes in 1978, 1979, and 1984. We also knew that Trump paid $0 or close to $0 in federal income tax in 1991 and 1993. We should have sympathy for Trump in the early 1990's--he was was having tough times during those years as his casinos were going bankrupt and his creditors forced him to live on only $450,000 a month income. (That’s right. That’s not a typo.)
What is it with the Trump campaign and technology? Donald Trump was noticeably sniffing during much of the debate as can be seen in the following supercut.
Hillary Clinton's Medical History
Trump supporters have been pushing a meme recently that Hillary Clinton has epilepsy, Alzheimer's, or some similar disease. Rudy Giuliani promoted these medical rumors when he said, “Go online and put down ‘Hillary Clinton illness,’ take a look at the videos for yourself.”
That's an interesting way of diagnosing Hillary's medical condition. Just for fun, go to Google and type in "Rudy Giuliani child molestor" and see what comes up.
By now you've probably heard about how Trump apparently called for Hillary Clinton's assassination if she appoints Supreme Court Justices who favor gun control.
The following is a list of recommended readings about Donald Trump. I have provided brief comments and quoted highlights from most of these articles. This will give you a Reader's Digest version of the articles, but I encourage you to click on the links to read the articles in their entirety. This is very much a work in progress. I will be adding more articles as time permits.
Gretchen Carlson is suing Fox News Director Roger Ailes for quid pro quo sexual harassment. She claims that he fired her because she refused to sleep with him. Unfortunately for Ailes, New York Magazine columnist Gabriel Sherman wrote that at least 6 more women have stepped forward accusing him of sexual harassment or attempted rape.
It’s hard not to love Neil deGrasse Tyson. I challenge you to listen to Star Talk Radio and not be impressed by his humor, his warmth, his humanity, his concern for society and the environment, and his ability to explain science. That’s why I was shocked when I saw his tweet implying that those who oppose Trump are only doing so because they fear his followers.
People who are anti-Trump are actually anti-Trump supporters — they oppose free citizens voting for the @realDonaldTrump.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) March 13, 2016