This is the last of my “live” postings of 2021 and I though it was a fine opportunity to do a clean up type article. I guess everyone has some sort of special feelings for their birthplace and today I’m going to say something nice about mine in the leadoff segment. Continue reading Born In Buffalo (And a Few Other Things)
Wednesday morning I woke up to the news, broken by UK publication The Guardian, that according to Mark Meadow’s soon to be released book Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19 on September 26, 2020, three days before the first presidential debate.
As of this writing the final presidential debate of the 2020 cycle is scheduled to take place tonight. Whether it will happen or not is still basically a coin toss. In any event I have spotted a serious flaw in the way we conduct political debates that I’d like to explore with you today. Continue reading The Dependent Moderator
As it turned out Tuesday night’s debate is worth writing about. Much of today’s article will be quotes from Joe Biden, hence the title of today’s article. Let’s explore. Continue reading Joe Said
I doubt anyone in my true target audience for today (the 53 Republican senators) will read this article. However it is my analysis of exactly what is going on at the moment. The event that dominated the political news last week and will continue to for at least this week is the impeachment trial of Donald Trump. The main reason it is coming into this week is the endeavor to please Trump. That is coupled with a hunger for TV time. I suspect, and time will tell, that it also may include the fact that Midnight Mitch McConnell is much smarter than Trump. That is an indisputable fact; I just don’t know if it is a factor yet. Let’s explore. Continue reading Republicans Save Yourselves