Hope n’ Change

Big Floppy Shoes to Fill


When we read that the nation’s oldest and best known circus was going out of business, we simply assumed that it was another one of Donald Trump’s metaphors for draining the Washington swamp.

But no, it’s actually the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus which is literally packing their tents after nearly a century and a half. Audiences have changed, with smartphone-tapping ADD kids preferring virtual entertainment to live performers.

Of course, there’s still plenty of circus-style wackiness to enjoy in the run-up to Inauguration Day. Protesters are making plans to shut down Washington DC, performing artists are receiving death threats from the “tolerant Left” if they agree to appear for President-elect Trump, and press conferences are now best conducted by someone wielding a whip and chair. All we need is some calliope music and the smell of manure.

But come to think of it, we already have one of those things in abundance.


Martin Luther King Jr had a dream…which turned into an 8 year nightmare under Barack Obama. Virtually every socioeconomic metric for black Americans got worse under this president, while race relations plunged to new lows owing to the unending race-baiting and divisiveness of those on the Left.

Hope n’ Change likes what Donald Trump has had to say about finally breaking the Democrat’s merciless death grip on inner cities and improving opportunities for black citizens. We’ll be watching closely to see if, unlike the loathsome man he is following into office, Trump’s promises actually prove to be more than words.


We were tempted to call this the John Wilkes Dunking Booth, but it would be wrong – that’s for sure.

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