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Perfect for those who like political humor or satire! Colorful Biden Blunders is the perfect way to unwind and relax for anyone who follows politics with a sense of humor. 21 single sided adult coloring pages 2 color test pages.

Author: Tincar Notebooks

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798665243726

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An Adult Coloring Book to Tickle Your Political Funny Bone, Featuring Biden Bloopers, Blunders, and Gaffes. Perfect for those who like political humor or satire! Colorful Biden Blunders is the perfect way to unwind and relax for anyone who follows politics with a sense of humor. 21 single sided adult coloring pages 2 color test pages. Easy to complex in detail. Images include: Beautiful abstract, mandalas, animals and more. Each has its own Biden Blunder like "Super Thursday", "We choose truth over facts" and we can never forget "CornPop," and other humorous bloopers and gaffes. CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGE. NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN. WANT MORE PRODUCTS: Tincar Notebooks is constantly updating with new notebooks / journals / diaries / Coloring books and more. To view additional products, simple click on the blue Tincar Notebooks below the title of this listing or search Tincar Notebooks on Amazon. Thank you for choosing a Tincar Design
2020-07-11 By Tincar Notebooks

Instead of watching boring and biased Hollywood shows, Mock the shit out of Sleepy and Creepy Joe Biden with this Coloring book. The book is entertaining and engaging. Biden gets stuck all the time but this book of Biden-blunders doesn't.

Author: Ultimate Malarkey

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798666063552

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Page: 72

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Instead of watching boring and biased Hollywood shows, Mock the shit out of Sleepy and Creepy Joe Biden with this Coloring book. The book is entertaining and engaging. Biden gets stuck all the time but this book of Biden-blunders doesn't. Empowering texts: Believe All women except Tara Reade, You Ain't Black, If you buy Goya food - You ain't Latina, Nasty Pelosi etc. Maga moms gonna love this book. The best funny gift you can buy for any patriot American right now.
2020-07-13 By Ultimate Malarkey

During the years of her incarceration, Senator Biden proved himself adept at not answering her letters. His responses are included in this book.

Author: Jacqueline Hendricks

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ISBN: 0991468228

Category: Criminal law

Page: 570

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Six and one-half years as a guest of Uncle Sam at the Iron Hotel, actually Camp Fed, was the reality show of Jacqueline Hendricks' life, but not televised. She tried to get off the "island," to plead her plight to many. She decided to illustrate her condition through pen with an adopted pen pal - Senator Joseph Biden (now Vice President). From arrest to self-commitment, May1989 to January 1990, she read about the criminal justice system. Like a fox that gets a leg caught in a trap, she kept trying to come up with ways to extricate herself. During this learning period, she came to know Senator Biden as the cause of her problem - the person who made the trap. She decided she would make him an eye witness to what she experienced. She wrote a letter to him almost every day for five years. Although the letters were written twenty years ago the subject matter could be taken from today's headlines - Mid-East crises, Health Care Reform, objections to Clarence Thomas, government's wasteful spending, mandatory minimum sentencing, violence against women. Each letter is a snapshot of that particular day in prison. When they are put together, it becomes a narrative, the story of her incarceration, an emotional journey. Some moments elicit a chuckle and a shaking of the head, can that be true? Some explore the pain not only of separation from families, but also the incomprehensible pain caused by a poor medical staff. They include weather reports, updates of the ineptness of the Bureau of Prisons' Policies, employees and conditions of incarceration. Many inmate characters emerge with colorful or painful stories. One story describes a woman who had been released from prison by a federal judge in Hawaii three months before she found herself at Federal Prison Camp, Phoenix, Arizona. When the administrative staff at Camp Phoenix discovered their mistake, they still kept her for a few more days. During the years of her incarceration, Senator Biden proved himself adept at not answering her letters. His responses are included in this book. He does not come out as a hero in these letters; actually the reader could feel rather negative about him after reading her cries for help.
2014-05-14 By Jacqueline Hendricks

Britain's Best Political Cartoons 2021 brings together cartoons from the nation's finest satirists, along with captions from Britain's leading cartoon expert, to tell the story of another tumultuous twelve months.

Author: Tim Benson

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473596535

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 208

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Bringing much-needed humour to a chaotic year, this full-colour cartoon companion features the most hilarious and incisive cartoons by Steve Bell, Peter Brookes, Nicola Jennings, Morten Morland, Patrick Blower and many more of the nation's finest cartoonists. 2021 is turning out to be another extraordinary year, from Covid crises and vaccine victories to lockdown learning, haddock havoc and Capitol coups. But, then, it has also been a very familiar story of Brexit blunders and Trumpian tantrums. The nation's greatest cartoonists have recorded it all with searing wit and astonishing creativity. Britain's Best Political Cartoons 2021 brings together cartoons from the nation's finest satirists, along with captions from Britain's leading cartoon expert, to tell the story of another tumultuous twelve months.
2021-10-28 By Tim Benson

Often it is only possible to learn from making mistakes, and Ms. Palin has made plenty. This book will be a guide that uses the colorful and chaotic language of Ms. Palin to illustrate key lessons of how (not) to write and speak well.

Author: Jenny Baranick

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781510717237

Category: Humor

Page: 128

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A hilarious, informative guide to language and grammar inspired by America’s favorite maverick. It would seem to go without saying that a strong understanding of how to use language properly and effectively is a requisite for success in the 21st century. And yet, increasingly even some of America’s most prominent public figures and leaders seem to have only the most tenuous grasp of how to put together a coherent sentence or paragraph. No individual could be more representative of this unfortunate national tendency than Sarah Palin—the former Governor of Alaska, Fox News pundit, and now campaign surrogate for Donald Trump (another public figure with only a passing familiarity with how to use the English language). Time and again, Ms. Palin finds ways to bungle basic tenets of vocabulary, syntax, and grammar, often giving speeches or interviews that upon reexamination read more like the drunken ravings of someone unhinged. But it is for this very reason that Ms. Palin can be a great example for all Americans. Often it is only possible to learn from making mistakes, and Ms. Palin has made plenty. This book will be a guide that uses the colorful and chaotic language of Ms. Palin to illustrate key lessons of how (not) to write and speak well.
2017-03-07 By Jenny Baranick

An administrator of many hats and colors . New York Times ; August 17 , 1987 : p . A12 . ... Judis , John B. Bork foes on the defensive thanks to Biden's blunders . In These Times ; August 19 , 1987 ; 11 ( 32 ) : p .

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105061299066

Category: Judges

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105211436717

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Biden was strangled with C - SPAN , ” according to Newsweek . " Yet television did not treat all blunders , conflicts , or scandals equally . The media shied away from stories that lacked simplicity or drama .

Author: Julian E. Zelizer

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521681278

Category: History

Page: 359

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A historian analyzes the political challenge of how America can improve the institutions that compose representative democracy, pointing out that reform is slow and multidimensional, and how it has failed to make Congress more efficient or powerful during the latter half of the twentieth century.
2006-02-27 By Julian E. Zelizer

Now, in Fat Man Fed Up, Germond confronts the most critical issues raised by our election process and offers a scathing but wry polemic about what’s wrong with American politics.

Author: Jack W. Germond

Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks

ISBN: 9780812970920

Category: Political Science

Page: 256

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For more than forty years, Jack Germond has been covering politics for Gannett newspapers, the Washington Star, and the Baltimore Sun, and talking politics on the Today show, The McLaughlin Group, and Inside Washington. Now, in Fat Man Fed Up, Germond confronts the most critical issues raised by our election process and offers a scathing but wry polemic about what’s wrong with American politics. Is there any connection between what happens in campaigns and what happens in government? And if not, where does the blame for the discontent lie? Was Tocqueville right? Do we get the leaders we deserve? Indeed, according to Germond, the politicians aren’t the only ones to blame, or even the chief culprits. He describes how he and his colleagues in the news media have been guilty of dumbing-down the political process–and how the voters are too apathetic to demand better coverage and better results. Instead, they simply turn away and too often end up enduring third-rate presidents. This no-sacred-cows manifesto faces the problems many are reluctant to address: • Polls and how they are used and abused by politicians and press to mislead gullible voters. • The critical failure of the press to accurately portray figures in the political realm, from Eugene McCarthy to Barbara Bush to Al Sharpton. • How the complaints about liberal bias in the press miss the real point: whether that bias, if it exists, colors the way editors and reporters work. • The staggering influence of television, and the networks’ inability to provide anything but the most simplistic coverage of politics. • The “big lie” school of campaigning. From “Where’s the beef?” to “compassionate conservatism,” the politics of empty slogans has always placed noise above nuance: Say anything loudly enough and long enough, and voters are bound to mistake it for the truth. Along the way, Germond illustrates his arguments by drawing from his war chest of priceless anecdotes from decades in the business. With his inimitable combination of incisive journalism and sardonic and witty straight talk, Germond guides us through the fog created by candidates and the media. In this timely, outrageous, and compulsively readable book, no one is let off the hook. Fat Man Fed Up is a bracing look at how we never seem to get the truth about the people we’re electing.
2005-07-12 By Jack W. Germond

Campaign issues are ones that arise from errors in judgment by the candidates . ... “ Hymietown " ( 1984 ) ; Biden's plagiarizing , Donna Rice , Dukakis's mental history ( 1988 ) ; Gennifer Flowers , the other Jennifer , potato with an ...

Author: Twentieth Century Fund. Task Force on Television and the Campaign of 1992

Publisher: Brookings Inst Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105008864238

Category: Political Science

Page: 119

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In 1-800-PRESIDENT, a fresh look of the television news industry is brought to light on why negative reporting is not a healthy contributor to American Politics.