Judah Friedman

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

Breaking News Is Broken

 

Breaking news: the President “shoved” his way past a Prime Minister. Breaking news: the President will have three scoops of ice cream this weekend. Breaking news: we have breaking news. Breaking news: another official, who knows an official, who, at one time, slept in a hotel room, next to an official, has actually taken a […]

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Useless Tools Have No Evidence Against Trump

 

Just to clarify, so my tiny brain can understand: The FBI had intelligence and evidence on the Orlando “loser,” the Boston brother “losers,” the Fort Lauderdale airport “loser.” At best, they were negligent in their investigations, and, at worst, they utterly dropped the ball. Yet they and every other committee investigating the President have zero, […]

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The Conspiratorial Democrats’ Demise

 

Roswell, seventy years! The Kennedy assassination, fifty-four years! The moon landing, forty-eight years! Elvis, forty years! 9/11, sixteen years! The birth certificate, nine years! Donald Trump colluding, or Russian business deals, infinity! The inability of Americans to accept defeat, on both sides of the aisle, “timeless”! Dr. Michael Baden summed up conspiratorial theories after 9/11 […]

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There’s Never a Right Time

 

Every day, Americans and people around the world go into work with a modicum of job security. Always, though, with the lingering thought: will today be the day, will my key card stop working, will I have to hand in my hardhat? From small to big business, uncertainty is part of business, and if you […]

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Repubs: Don’t Let Kimmel Kill You

 

Republicans you are not going to win a social and cultural battle with Jimmy Kimmel. Either you learn how and who should be your spokespeople to engage in a coherent debate, or shut up. Image is everything and optically you have nothing. Jimmy Kimmel is not the enemy; he’s a parent, a husband, an American […]

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Not Ready for Primetime

 

As a friend often says to me, “Television is character first and plot second.” You have to like who you invite into your home each week, way before you entertain the notion of what it is they might be saying. Whether fair or just, that’s reality. As another friend of mine long ago said to […]

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Trump’s First 100 Days: A Spiritual Triumph

 

Since the media and the left (and yes, I’m keenly aware that they are one and the same) are showcasing the spiritual significance of the President’s first 100 days, of course they want to play up his successes — and of course I kid. They aren’t just shredding his first 100 days in order to […]

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Truth and Consequences: America Is Back

 

Years ago there was an episode of Family Guy called “Death is a Bitch.” Peter, after finding out he didn’t have cancer and not wanting to pay his medical bills, wrote “deceased” on the insurance form. As Death came to town looking for Peter, Death was injured on the job, and ruckus ensued. The world went […]

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No More Kvetching

 

It’s time; it’s time for President Trump to invite all GOP members of the House and Senate onto Air Force One, destination unification. Since the President is a huge fan of the movie Air Force One, he will be sitting in the escape pod, and either he lands solo, or all land unified. This infighting, […]

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Upon the Deadly Roof

 

On Saturday night, I witnessed a horrible atrocity. It happened at the Scientology center that has recently been remodeled, and has since reopened across the street from my house. On the roof of the building, there were about a hundred or so parishioners chanting “L. Ron,” and holding a Dianetics book in their hands. They […]

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