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A Conversation And A Night’s Sleep

It was Tuesday afternoon. I had just posted Wednesday’s article to the cloud or wherever it goes until it is actually published. (Contrary to common believe, I am far from a computer wizard!) I wanted to write Thursday’s article but felt I needed to wait for some things to play out. I received some sad news about one of my dearest friend’s family and decided to call him. As is typically when we chat one of the topics of our conversation was politics. We compared notes on Paul Ryan’s status and the implications of what we both felt was his pending announcement that he would not seek reelection.  Wednesday morning our suspicions were conformed. Today I’d like to explore that and make a few other observations.    Continue reading A Conversation And A Night’s Sleep

Three Things To Keep In Mind

Focusing on the signals and not getting distracted by the noise is imperative if you are going to correctly analyze events especially with the Trump administration and the Mueller probe. The first thing to do is remember that at its core this is just another scandal and the way to follow the events is to concentrate on three main things which I will expend on below. Let’s explore. Continue reading Three Things To Keep In Mind