Category Archives: Politics

Got it in one, Mr. Ybarra

What can I say?  I called not only the probable outcome, but also the media response regarding the GA-06 election.  Handel not only beat Ossoff, but – and I missed this part – she did it by a significant 5 … Continue reading

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Georgia On My Mind

The special election in GA-06 is finally happening to the ograsmic delight of political wonks across the nation.  All I can say is, thank God it’s about over.  I’m still sitting here scratching my head about it, though, as I … Continue reading

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I Really Hate Being Right – Part 2

Wow.  Yesterday I wrote an opinion piece about the shooting of Republican congressmen.  In my writing, I not only pointed out some of the predictions I had made in the past and how this terrorist attack is a manifestation of … Continue reading

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The Attack On Republicans: I really hate being right…

I’m a bit sick to my stomach as I write this.  When I heard that the shooter was a home inspector from Belleville while driving to work this morning, I was going to predict that this was a middle-aged white … Continue reading

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First Thoughts on Comey Hearing Opening Statements

Hi folks!  I know I’ve been away for some time.  There have been a series of life crises that have kept me from  writing for some time.  I’ll explain later.  For the moment I just wanted to put out my … Continue reading

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Healthcare Reform. 25 Years Has Not Changed Reality

Ok, I’m speaking here as someone with over 35 years in the healthcare industry.  I started as a tech and research assistent as a college sophomore and have been involved in much of the major cardiac advances over that period. … Continue reading

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How will it end?

Patrice Lewis had a wonderful editorial over at WND.  It’s certainly worth the read. I think it was probably 2012, shortly after the election, when I noted that we had passed the point where things will be resolved without bloodshed. … Continue reading

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In Favor of Eliminating the SCOTUS Filibuster

One thing that has not been considered yet is that the Democrats had no need to end the filibuster for SCOTUS. All they needed to do was remove it for the lesser courts and then populate it with their surrogates. … Continue reading

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Here’s One Poll The Press Doesn’t Want You To See | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis – IBD

The short of this is that Obama’s approval over the span of his tenure has less approval than Richard Nixon.  On the plus side, he was more popular than either Ford or Carter.  Welcome to your legacy. As President Obama left … Continue reading

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Arcan Cetin Voted Illegally: Other Non-Citizens Do Too | National Review

Arcan Cetin might be the tip of the iceberg: There’s an active effort to hide the significant voting activity of non-citizens in swing states. Source: Arcan Cetin Voted Illegally: Other Non-Citizens Do Too | National Review Trump’s claims are not … Continue reading

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