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May 29, 2024


A New Beginning

I am bringing Political QRM back to life . In the weeks ahead I will do a little more tweaking to the graphics, content and add video.. The times we find ourselves in are precarious. The America we had come to enjoy is now under attack by the very people who are supposed to protect

In Memoriam

Lou Mascitello 1956-2020 To anyone who has ever read the essays or listened to Political QRM podcasts you are probably aware that Lou, my co-host, my friend, a person whom I considered a brother had passed away on April 28, 2020. It was complications due to COVID-19. However, (and I had no idea) he was

“Volunteers of America”

Admittedly, I know NOTHING of football. ANY football. I DO know some of the team names and some of the cities, but other than Boston, don’t ask me to identify them. Other than that I know that, Like most sports, there is an “offense” and a “defense”. Terms I recognize from >seven years wearing green

My Takeaway On The Younger Case.

When I was seven years old I wanted to be a vampire. Simple. I would be taken to Transylvania and sit in some secluded basement of a castle and bingo, I’d be a vampire. Maybe I was suffering “living dysphoria” and that my transition would make me whole. Or, I could have been watching too

Deflect, Divert, Call it What You Will, BUT…

It’s all, in the vernacular, “B.S.”.   Nancy Pelosi is one of, if not the, shrewdest and most astute politicians in recent memory.  The top gold miner in the DNC world, she plays the game on a championship level and has for years.   Calls for the impeachment of Donald J. Trump began on 9th November 2016. 

“Common Sense” Infringement

The RIGHT to keep and bear arms is just that. A RIGHT. After all the years, (I’ll call it 50+, using 1968 as a start point), of “But…but…but…” IT IS STILL a RIGHT. It’s not a “suggestion” and it’s not a “privilege”. Any position or argument to the contrary, (again, after all of these years),


I have to, on occasion, defend government stats I use on “social” media as stats.  Amazes me on the daily how when those stats are BAD, they’re stats.  when they’re good , they’re “opinion” or from a “biased” agency.  You know, like the Dept. of Commerce.  While I agree with the old saw, “lies, damned

P-QRM #135: The Culture War

On this edition of Political QRM, we touch on the cultural problems of this country and the influence on our everyday life.. And how Hollywood wants to have a bigger say in our lives than you realize. CPAC weekend, NOKO summit and more this week..

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