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Jason Thomas

Jason Thomas

A lifelong inhabitant of the Great State of North Carolina, Jason is Southern and Conservative by the grace of God. He’s a proud “volleyball dad” of daughters at the college and high school level. Jason is a career PR and sales executive in for-profit and not-for-profit corporations, where he’s written volumes of seldom-viewed internal and external material. He is a sponge for news and politics. Follow him on the Twitter.

NBC’s Weekend of Creative Journalism

NBC bookended Mother’s Day weekend by spreading deception about key players in the Trump Administration. Former Republican congressman, turned MSNBC morning show host, Joe Scarborough kicked it …

Confirming Justice

It all boils down to the Supreme Court. That’s it. That’s the end game for the members of the United States Senate. Yes, each party supports their President or Presidential candidate &#821 …

Chinese Medical Exports Soared in April

April rained down a torrent of death and economic ruin on countries around the world. Meanwhile, China profited mightily by selling relief supplies and equipment to treat the virus that they unleashed …

A Message We All Needed – Including Trump

“The President’s Club,” by Michael Duffy and Nancy Gibbs, is the most fascinating political book I’ve read. It delves into the relationships in the world’s most powerful …

Grading Biden’s VP Options

This week, former Vice President Joe Biden announced a search committee to help name his running mate. He has already promised it will be a woman. A number of names have been floated and I have taken …

Stacey Abrams’ Alternate Reality Tour

As the final minutes drained from the clock on November 6, 2018, Georgia’s gubernatorial election was over, but undecided. It would take ten more days for the losing candidate to concede. And ev …

Kim Jong Un’s Health Remains a Mystery

Rumors continue to swirl about the health of despotic North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un. As the uncertainty drags on, a communist regime with a nuclear arsenal could be in the midst of a leadership vac …

Stop the Presses

In a race to the bottom, nobody wins. Chuck Schumer, the Senate minority leader and frequent Trump antagonist, announced that he will include a provision in the next virus relief package to prohibit t …

Tara Reade and the Media’s Double Standard

Friday afternoon, the sexual assault allegation against Joe Biden took on a whole new level of legitimacy. An archived clip from CNN’s “Larry King Live” from 1993 appeared to feature …

Japanese Mayor Enters the Dog House

Taking a page from the Donald Trump Guide to Effective Press Briefings, the mayor of the Japanese city of Osaka suggested that men should do the grocery shopping during the coronavirus pandemic. Mayor …

Attorney General Barr Wades Into State Shutdown Orders

Attorney General William Barr is determined to inject a dose of common sense into some states’ lockdown measures, even if it means taking their governors to court. “We have to give busines …

Bloomberg’s Billion Bucks

Mike Bloomberg ran the most expensive self-funded campaign in American history, and one of the shortest. Bloomberg ended his campaign March 4. He ran for 102 days and spent one billion dollars. He won …

The Old and the Dutiful

FiveThirtyEight.com explored a fascinating constitutional crisis scenario that could be more likely to occur this year than ever before. What would happen if a Presidential nominee were to die before …

Trump’s Rational Response

Just hear me out. President Trump has made mistakes in his response to the coronavirus pandemic. Every President has made mistakes – large or small – in his handling of a crisis. Not many …

Mitt Romney – Alone Again

This week, President Donald Trump announced a bloated new task force with a clumsy name. The “Opening Up America Again Congressional Group” is charged with strategizing how best to reopen …

(Don’t) Take Me Out to the Ballgame?

April is prime time for sports fans. Major League Baseball gets underway as the calendar turns. College basketball culminates with the Final Four. The PGA tees off with The Masters. Two major sports l …

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