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The Empire (State) Strikes Back

I was born, educated and lived the first 47 years of my life in New York State so I guess I’ll always have a soft spot in my heart for it. (That still doesn’t negate the fact that I don’t miss the snow.) Recently its rising political star Attorney General Eric Schneiderman was forced out in a matter of hours when he was exposed in a scandal. The speed with which he resigned makes me believe there was a lot of fire behind that smoke and that somebody who was politically motivated let the cat out of the bag. This is all unsubstantiated speculation on my part but allow me to connect a logical series of dots. Continue reading The Empire (State) Strikes Back

Shaky Foundation?

I mentioned today’s topic in yesterday’s post and now want to go into it in a bit more detail. Let’s explore.

In Tuesday night’s Vice Presidential Debate Republican Mike Pence raised the issue of the Clinton Foundation. His argument was based on a demonstrably false assertion, but that is par for the course for the Trump-Pence campaign. The politically unwise (I’m in a kind mood today) move was bringing up foundations in the first place since the Donald J. Trump Foundation is suspect to say the least. That is an area I wouldn’t want to go into if I were advising the Trump campaign. Yesterday I even pondered if it was a sabotage move on the part of Pence to set himself up for a 2020 run. Continue reading Shaky Foundation?