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When Doing the Wrong Thing Creates The Right Thing

Physics is cool.  I was never good at it in high school – and still aren’t – but I do remember the basic tenet.  Every action has an opposite and equal reaction.  That’s politics in a microcosm. Freshman Rep. Alexandria … Continue reading

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The Dichotomy of Voting for President Trump

My previous post was November 18, 2019. I purposely waited to write another post until after President Trump was acquitted from his impeachment.  Although that has not yet happened it seems as inevitable as the sun rising. As my previous … Continue reading

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High Clowns and Misdemeanors Is More Accurate

I dislike wasting time.  I dislike people who waste time even more. Spoiler alert: Congress will vote to impeach President Trump regardless of the facts.  A few Democrats in swing districts will break ranks because they care about their re-election … Continue reading

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Political Leaders Need to Focus on Legislation and Not Destroying Each Other

The juxtaposition of what we believe to be true and what is actually true lies mostly on a struggle between logic and emotion.  Pragmatism and idealism.  Likes and dislikes.  We view life through the prism of what we believe to … Continue reading

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The Weight of Self-Importance with the Avarice and Gluttony of Power Is Driving Us to Our End

It’s been a few months since my last post.  Back in June I decided to stop writing about the duplicity of the press, the lawlessness of politicians, and the culpability of the American voter.  It seemed to me that I … Continue reading

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Whoever Remembers the Forgotten Voter Has the Best Chance to Win in 2020

I am the Forgotten Voter.  It’s mostly my fault because I do not live on the extreme of either party and I am not a diehard groupie of any of the presidential candidates or president for that matter. In fact, … Continue reading

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If Millennials are Failures, What Does That Make Their Parents?

I managed a travel youth baseball team for more than 10 years.  Anyone who has ever managed any youth sport team for an extended period of time has witnessed the slow fade of dedication.  A lot of the older coaches … Continue reading

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Is Unfair Media Coverage a Symptom or the Disease?

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a brilliant legislator with a canny mind possessing shrewd political skill.  That statement no doubt elicited a fast response from you. Depending on your political persuasion you either think I’m an idiot or a sage.  It does … Continue reading

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A Clear Choice Looms for 2020 Thanks to The Media and Democrats

The biggest boost to President Trump’s re-election chances are the Democrats and the media. Recent events highlight both groups continually make the same mistake in their quest to ensure he becomes a one-term president. Namely; they inadvertently prove him right … Continue reading

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Is It Time For the Rise of the Independent Party?

On one side we have the extreme left wing of the Democratic party coming out of the woodwork to announce their intentions to run for president of the United States.  On the other side we have President Trump. Once again, … Continue reading

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