Judah Friedman

Judah Friedman (@ judahmfriedman) is a writer in Los Angeles.

Anchoring at the Inauguration

 

I have only one hope for the Inauguration, and that hope and prayer is for just one more hack. For the record, I’m against hacking. The thought of my iTunes playlist being released to the public is frightening. Yes, I know this is an incredibly serious issue, pardon me, Chelsea Manning. I guess we should […]

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The Time and Life of Protesters

 

When I was a kid, my favorite thing to read was Sports Illustrated. Yes, I was very cultured. My biggest debate was whether I should start reading the magazine from the front or from the back. I was probably like that also, at that point in my life. I couldn’t wait till my dad got […]

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We Inaugurate in Scary Times

 

There is nothing Donald Trump can say on Friday that will unify this great nation, so why try? He will say black, they will hear white; he will say jobs, they will hear racists; he can say the world is round, they will say it’s flat now. He knows this more than any politician of […]

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What If John Lewis Was a Republican?

 

The irony of when everyone gets treated the same! John Lewis decides to not just go up against Donald Trump, which would be 100 percent okay, as opposition is, but a sitting Congressman calling the President-elect an illegitimate President? I’m not going to go with the obvious and say: “What if a Republican had said […]

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Washing Up Stars

 

I loved The Love Boat. I watched it when I was really young, so obviously there was a lot I didn’t get, particularly the innuendo about who was guest starring that week. I didn’t realize that many of these guest stars had once been “stars.” I was, maybe, eight years old at the time, and […]

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Thinking Along With John Kerry: From ‘A’ to ‘B’

 

A friend of mine likes to say to me very often: “Without A, there’s no B.” The truth is that in many instances this is correct. If I don’t text and drive, I’ll probably be less likely to swerve into other lanes, and probably won’t rear-end another car. If I don’t overspend, I probably won’t […]

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The Killers Need to Play the Trump Inauguration

 

My favorite musician, rock star, and someone for whom, I am proud to say, I have man love for is Brandon Flowers. If you are not familiar with Mr. Flowers, he is the lead singer of one of the most influential rock bands of the last 15 years, known as The Killers. He has also […]

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Megyn’s Moment Will Prove Fleeting

 

I don’t begrudge anyone who receives big money from people who are willing to pay them. God bless the Matt Flynns of the world, the Brock Osweilers, and anyone who cashed in on a few moments in time. Of course, I do feel bad for the fans of these franchises. Their teams are sitting with […]

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Jennifer Lawrence Tanks

 

Who’s ready to play the percentage game? Since the left loves to use statistics, of course only the ones who cater to its point of view, let’s have some fun with numbers in the New Year. Yes, I know, we on the right are intellectual idiots who haven’t graduated from the right colleges and are […]

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A Dating Profile for Republicans Having Problems on Dating Sites

 

Details 5’11″/sapiosexual privileged white male  About me: I was born in Brooklyn, New York, to two very liberal parents. My father would often quote the great philosopher Russel Ziskey and tell me to “never hit anyone in anger, unless you’re absolutely sure you can get away with it.” I don’t believe my parents’ liberalism went […]

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