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One Big Con

Of the many lies Trump uttered during his campaign, the most bigly one is this: as president I’ll bring back lost manufacturing jobs from China and Mexico, and I will make sure no US company moves its operations to another … Continue reading

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An Even Tougher Road Ahead for Sanders

Just a couple of weeks ago I wrote that Sanders chances of becoming the Democratic nominee were slim at best: With Clinton’s victory in Nevada, lead in South Carolina, and odds to win at least 6 or 7 of the … Continue reading

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Without the “Old,” Will There Be a GOP?

Today Politico published a piece about something Doc and I have been discussing for some time, and that is that voters who identify as republican are generally older folks. And, well, to be blunt, they’re dying off. In “The GOP … Continue reading

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If Only the Clue Phone Would Ring

There are many things I don’t understand about the recent mid-term elections, but one thing seems perfectly clear to me: the American people didn’t do or say anything the talking heads have been going on about. There was no “message,” … Continue reading

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