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Stephen Z. Nemo

Stephen Z. Nemo
Originally from Los Angeles, Stephen Z. Nemo has been in the news business for more than thirty years. He made his way around the country: Arizona, the Bay Area and now resides in South Florida.

The DNC fighting Democratic donors in court

Sanders supporters donated to the DNC expecting the party to be impartial and fair to their candidate; the DNC lawyer says "caveat emptor, we owe you nothing."

Journalism in the age of Trump: Toxic mix of stress and alcohol-fueled bias

Journalists thrive on stress, alcohol and life on the edge, a stereotype that has science to back it up. It also makes for bias and over-simplification.

Democrats, Hillary, Weiner, and that tired ‘hacker’ gambit

It was the Weiner pornography probe that led G-Men to Hillary Clinton's emails, prompting then FBI Director Comey to reopen his previously closed investigation.

Democrats’ bad hand: Trump and the impeachable credibility of impeachment

Someone forgot to tell Rep. Green that justice is not the product of desired outcomes but the product of evidentiary processes, with an emphasis on EVIDENCE.

Looking for Columbus among the stars

The first aliens we contact might be as peaceful as ET or as vicious as xenomorphs, but one thing is certain: Compared to us, they will be as powerful as gods.

Seth Rich murder linked to WikiLeaks and the DNC?

What did the Russians do to the DNC? That's not clear; what is clear is what the DNC did to Bernie Sanders for Hillary Clinton with help from Donna Brazile.

Seram, Indonesia and the sea monsters of the collective unconscious

Jung called the white whale Moby Dick of Herman Melville’s novel a “universal symbol of the devouring unconscious.” Maybe, or maybe not.

Democratic National Committee sued for real election tampering

The law firm Beck & Lee has filed a class action lawsuit in a U.S. District Court against the DNC and its former Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

President Obama to Trump: A contrast in commencement addresses

At first glance, one might think Obama was railing against materialism. But as a good man of the left, he was anything but anti-materialistic.

Testing, one, two, three: Is President Trump recording?

People are shocked: Who would bug the Oval Office? Roosevelt, Kennedy, Nixon. Trump probably has tapes and is willing to use them. Let the deep state take note.

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Bound and Gagged with “Gurl Twelve”, bassist Trude Kobe

Trude Kobe was "Gurl Twelve", the powerful, ferociously captivating bass player in the seminal, explosive all female Boston punk band Bound and Gagged. As always, dear reader, proceed at your own risk.