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Posted On Oktober 3, 2016By Thomas AdcockIn Kolumne, Litmag

Kolumne: Thomas Adcock: November Surprise

       —Facebook November Surprise Justice Delayed, but Not Denied Make the Graybar Hotel great again by Thomas Adcock Copyright © 2016 — Thomas Adcock WASHINGTON, D.C. Should current opinion polling hold steady clear to Election Day, five weeks hence, the loathsome Donald J. Trump will fail in his bid for presidency of the United States; the bullyboy misogynist will suffer ironic defeat at the hands of a girl—Hillary Clinton. And if the fair and righteous impulse to kick a creep when he’s down, the lying bigot, schlockmeister, andRead More

Posted On September 15, 2016By Thomas AdcockIn Crimemag, Kolumne

Kolumne: Thomas Adcock: Goebbels Envy

   —Photo credits: ABC-Television (left); timeshighereducation.com SHORT-FINGERED VULGARIAN Donald J. Trump (at left) plots a post-election American media empire according to the two-fisted gospel of Germany’s Joseph Goebbels, minister of propaganda during the Third Reich, 1933-1945. Goebbels Envy Donald Does the ‘Long Con’ Set the dial for ‘alt-right’ Trump TV   by Thomas Adcock Copyright © 2016 – Thomas Adcock   WASHINGTON, D.C. Fellow citizens of the world, brace your selves for filth heretofore unseen in the moveable feast of political pornography that is Donald J. Trump’s quest for presidencyRead More
HEIL TRUMP! Old-time Dixie bigots and American neo-nazis salute their hero in the lead-up to a Cleveland jamboree of xenophobia, white racism, and hush-hush porn. Polite media called the Republican Party gathering a convention. Others called it a Klanvention.   Fear & Loathing in Ohio Donald Trump’s Fascist Bacchanal  True-believers: Death to Hillary Clinton!     by Thomas Adcock Copyright © 2016 – Thomas Adcock   NEW YORK CITY, near America   Like flies buzzing over hot dung, admirers of the execrable Donald J. Trump flocked to mid-July’s Republican PartyRead More
  ELEPHANT GRAVEYARDS: The Caucus Room restaurant in Washington [photo at left, from fall 2012] was once popular with leaders of the Republican Party, affectionately symbolized by the elephant in nineteenth-century newspaper illustrations drawn by German-born political cartoonist Thomas Nast. Not far from the restaurant—in the rotunda of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History—is a work of taxidermy popular with Republican tourists: a huge armature of wood and metal lathe, stuffed with clay and girdled in the two-ton hide of a dead male African rogue elephant. Suicide by Stupidity: HowRead More