Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

A Few Things To Ponder

If you read this on publishing day the big event of the day promises to be the 1/6 hearings tonight – don’t be surprised if the Trump camp throws out a shiny object – so I thought I’d give you some things to ponder until the clock strikes the appointed hour. Continue reading A Few Things To Ponder

Assumptions Beget Questions

It’s Saturday morning and time to write another Sunday article. The biggest, among many big, political stories of this week was Ukraine. If you are looking for a definitive prediction of what will happen and when, I’m sorry to disappoint you. If you are looking for some interesting insight and observations please read on.

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A Song For Donald

What exactly Donald Trump will do after he leaves office other than be a defendant in multiple lawsuits is a matter of conjecture. How much golf can he play without his needed ego boosts?  I am among those who have long suspected that the launching of Trump TV with a starring role for The Donald is a good possibility.  Any star needs a theme song and that is the point/punch line of today’s article.  Let’s explore and laughing is not only allowed; it is encouraged.  Continue reading A Song For Donald

Tenth Is A Landslide?

President Trump and his minions like to brag about what they call his 2016 landslide victory in the Electoral College. Let’s put that malarkey to rest once and for all. There have been 15 elections since all fifty states were admitted to the union. Trump’s electoral vote total tied for tenth place. That is below average and certainly not a landslide. Let’s explore, there is much more. Continue reading Tenth Is A Landslide?

Clichés, Collaboration And Strategy

What do you get when you put together a conservative Republican operative and a progressive Democratic political junkie in a sort of collaboration, seasoned with clichés? The answer is the roadmap for a big Democratic win in 2020 and this article. I’ll explain. Let’s explore. Continue reading Clichés, Collaboration And Strategy