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Is Ignorance Bliss or is Bliss Ignorance?

If you start with the premise that most politicians are well-intentioned and genuinely believe they are acting in the best interest of the nation, you may have a different perspective on them.  And then reality sets in and you realize … Continue reading

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The prism of the political establishment skews reality

Throughout the presidential campaign, the political establishment continually misread the pulse of the nation.  They were aided and abetted by a tone deaf media that also misread public sentiment. Marketing 101: know your audience.  There are many Marketing lessons that … Continue reading

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We could have done much better than the choice between bad and worse

It now seems a forgone conclusion that Donald Trump will face off against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in November for the presidency.  This is the ultimate decision between bad and worse.  I’ll let you choose which is which … Continue reading

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Regardless of who wins, the nation loses

Either way you look at this everyone loses.  It is simply a formality before former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gets the Democratic nomination.  It is not as clear cut on the Republican side thanks to the political machinery’s desire … Continue reading

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This whole voting thing is to give the people who they want

It was a matter of time.  You knew it was going to happen but as the days blended into weeks and then months you were starting to wonder whether Donald Trump was ever going to implode.  Well, keep waiting. Despite … Continue reading

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Substance over sound bite politics is the better way

A good friend of mine is a staunch Liberal. He borders on the Senator Bernie Sanders train of Socialism but we never argue politics.  Our political discourse is typically a discussion of why we believe our particular philosophy is better … Continue reading

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Republican delegates add up to a Cleveland showdown

The fallacy that an angered Republican electorate is rattling Washington, DC is in for a rude awakening.  I’m talking about the people doing the voting not the political elite masquerading as two different parties. The narrative being pushed by the … Continue reading

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