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The Worst Thing That Could Happen To The GOP

This article was written well ahead of scheduled publishing in order to accommodate my travel plans.

The absolute worst thing that could happen to the Republican Party is that Donald Trump wins the 2024 election. (I am assuming he will be their nominee.) If at first glance does that sounds counterintuitive to you, read on and I’m certain you will change your mind.

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Some Lessons From The Mid-Terms

We are on the eve of the Mississippi Senate runoff. The last few 2018 races are yet to be called but enough of the dust has settled to derive a lot of lessons. Let’s explore. Continue reading Some Lessons From The Mid-Terms

Picking Up The Pieces

If anyone is making a documentary based on the Republican Party on the evening of November 8th I have a suggestion for the soundtrack – Pick Up the Pieces. The Average White Band’s 1974 hit succinctly outlines the challenge that will be facing the GOP. Continue reading Picking Up The Pieces

Irreconcilable Differences

When you operate a country of over 320 million people with a two party political system expecting homogony is unrealistic. There are interest groups in either Party. The individual hierarchy of issues will vary by individual. Today’s version of the Republican Party has taken that principle to the breaking point and it is now time for them to either reinvent themselves or split up. To me it looks like the latter is the only viable option. Continue reading Irreconcilable Differences