Tag Archives: 2020 election

Confirming Bubble

Today is the last day to vote in the California recall election. Polling and turnout to date aside, I still will not make a prediction. That doesn’t mean I don’t have some worthy observations and I’d like to key in on one of them today.

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The Least To Blame

Basically 20 years after it started the American war with and occupation of Afghanistan finally ended last week. It was carried out under four presidencies, two of each political party. The blame game is on and I have to weigh in on it.

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Another Attempt At Hitting Cleanup

As we bring August to a close there are a lot of question marks on the horizon. I figured today was a good opportunity to do another of my clean up articles.

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A Bipartisan Rebuke

Since both Democratic Representative Seth Moulton of Massachusetts and Republican Representative Peter Meijer of Michigan hold degrees from Ivy League schools I am reticent to call them stupid. Therefore, I will call the stunt they pulled selfish.

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