A question that has to keep reoccurring to an observer of the 2016 presidential race is: Is Donald Trump a racist? In my mind the answer is not simple and clear cut; let’s explore. Continue reading Is Donald Trump A Racist?
In politics discerning good news from bad is often more difficult than it initially appears. This week polling showed that the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump may be tightening just a bit. The first reaction would be to say that is bad news for Hillary. Let’s explore and I bet I can get you to rethink that. Continue reading The Perception Of Tightness
Donald Trump appears to be caught in a trap of his own making aided by his political stupidity and that of his team. My lack of respect for the late Ronald Reagan is well known to my regular readers. Yet, all Trump would have needed to do was follow Reagan’s advice on pivoting but he was too politically inept to. Continue reading Trump’s Trap
Caveat emptor: that is one of the few, perhaps the only, Latin phrase I know. It means buyer beware. I learned that in the late sixties in a high school Business law course. Come to think of it, that is one of the few things I still consider valuable from high school. Perhaps that is one of the reasons I was my high school’s first three year graduate – I found high school to be mostly a waste of my time. Enough of my personal rant; let’s tie this into politics. Continue reading Voter Beware
Enthusiasm gap, passion gap or whatever verbiage you choose it certainly exists in the 2016 election and it is affecting polling if not the outcome. Let’s explore. Continue reading Emotions To Numbers