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Jordan Arizmendi has 507 articles published.

Jordan has always been a writer. He has written several novels available on Amazon.com, and he used to write his own column in "The National Enquirer". While Jordan lived in Japan for two years, he was a childhood television star. He was sort of a big deal. In a volunteer position, Jordan teaches adults how to read.

The Game is up! Trump’s Son Met With Russian Lawyer for Damaging Hillary Intel

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The New York Times revealed last Saturday that Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., met with Russian agents for damaging intelligence on Hillary. The meeting took place in Trump Towers. Paul Manafort, Trump’s campaign chairman at the time and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner tagged along. If this is true, mark my words, this is the beginning of the end for our president. For starters, if this is true, all three individuals are in a heap of…

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Trump’s Hatred for CNN is Really the Only Fake News Story out There

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CNN has been our president’s biggest enemy. Every other day, he complains about all of the “fake news” the cable news channel distributes, though he never identifies which stories are “fake”. Just past your window, there is a tumultuous sea of Trumpkins, accepting the president’s words as gospel. These people watch Fox, a news channel that presents news stories through a conservative lens. The irony here is stupendous. Clearly, the appeal of Fox, is that…

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Grab Your Popcorn, Now Playing – The Slow, Painful and Inevitable Death of the Republican Party

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Before the election, I wrote so many articles about how the republican party was finished. And then they won the presidency! I was dead wrong. Or was I? Although they might have just won the presidency, the republicans are on their last leg. After all, they did nominate Donald Trump. Trumpkin after Trumpkin would tell reporters at rallies, that they liked Trump because he was different. That was it. They voted for Donald Trump because…

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Fox News Superstars Megyn and Greta’s Failure Proves that it Doesn’t Take Too Much to Please the Fox Viewers

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Fox viewers are celebrating the atrocious ratings that Megyn Kelly and Greta Van Susteren have endured since leaving the mother ship. I’ll try to map out their reasoning, though Hercules tackled less strenuous assignments. I reckon it is exactly like that bitter heartbroken lover. As he watches her walk away, he wishes that she never finds anyone else. If he can’t have her, no one can. According to die-hard Fox viewers, Megyn and Greta had…

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Senate Intelligence Investigation Looking into Collusion Between Russia and Far Right Websites

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The investigation into Trump-Russia meddling has turned towards Trump supporters and far right websites. Already, it has been determined that 1,000 “paid internet trolls working out of a facility in Russia”, wrote the avalanche of pro-Trump fake news stories that flooded our media. Mark Warner, a Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee, raises the question whether or not Republican political operatives and far right groups were directing Russia on these fake news stories. A person…

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With a Case Backlog and Not Enough Judges, it Will Take a Year For First Deportation Case to See a Courtroom

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Trump’s vow of deportation, put him in the White House. At every rally during the campaign, Trump promised his supporters, when elected, he would drag every illegal immigrant to the other side of the border. However, the present state of our judicial system would require at least a year before the first immigration case goes before a judge. Due to time and space restrictions, I can not list every campaign promise that Trump broke. Most…

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Although Telemedicine Saves Countless Trump Supporters, Trumpcare Will End it, and Those Trumpkins Will Keep on Supporting Him

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Telemedicine is an amazing technology that connects sick and poor children in rural areas with cutting edge big-city doctors. Hook up a camera to a laptop, and suddenly a brilliant doctor on the other side of the country could examine a child who would have otherwise gone unchecked. Telemedicine is one of those things that everyone agrees is good. Republicans love it. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price has even called it an “exciting…

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The Twisted One Way Love Affair Between Our President and his Loyal Fan Base

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As more people disapprove of our president’s actions, his fan base will never desert him. According to Trump, he could shoot one of them on 5th Avenue and a third of the country would still worship him. This unbridled devotion fills up his giant ego like the world’s biggest orange balloon. President Trump posted a 28 second video to his Twitter account on Sunday. The clip was from an appearance he made in Wrestle Mania…

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National Enquirer has Always Protected Republican Party from Scandal

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In 2001, I worked as an intern for the National Enquirer. It was a real cool job. I had my own weekly column. Although they never approved my story suggestion to interview Jenna Jameson. Bummer. David Pecker, the CEO of American Media, the company that owns such tabloids like The Star, The National Enquirer, and OK, has been Donald Trump’s BFF for decades. And what an interesting relationship it is. The owner of the top…

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Melania Now Says Cyberbullying is Okay, as Long as you are the one Being Bullied

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Of all the delicious ironies in this Trump presidency, maybe the greatest one is that our president engages in cyberbullying. Meanwhile, First Lady Melania is conducting a campaign against cyberbullying. Melania was fighting all cyberbullies who tweet “nasty” things to innocent women. During the election, she appealed to suburban women hesitant of supporting the crude and vulgar Donald Trump. How could he be so bad, married to someone as caring as Melania? I reckon that…

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