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In Anticipation Of Margins And Second Place

Like most political observers I went into the New Hampshire primary expecting Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump to win their respective primaries.  The question marks were the margin by which Sanders won, who finished second on the Republican side and … Continue reading

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Saturday Night At The Movies – Republican Style

In 1961 I watched the first broadcast of NBC’s Saturday Night At The Movies.  Last night I watched ABC’s and the GOP’s version.  In fact it reminded me of the 1977 movie Slap Shot. 

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Listen To Lindsey

Tuesday morning I happened to be listening to Morning Joe on MSNBC when South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham was being interviewed.  He spouted what I think will be the quote of the month and solid advise to any Republicans … Continue reading

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The Anticlimactic Main Event

Normally going into a debate with a large field I have already determined which of the participants I intend to primarily focus on.  Minutes from the undercard, (which I have no intention of paying attention to), as I write this … Continue reading

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Red Meat For Bubba

Last night’s Republican debate was held in North Charleston, South Carolina.  The field is starting to thin significantly, especially if you agree with my article from yesterday.  The early contests are days away.  Couple all those circumstances together and the … Continue reading

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Who Remains?

It seems like the 2016 presidential campaign has been going on forever.  In reality the first vote won’t be cast until we turn one more page on the calendar.  To put the race into basketball terms, the players are finished … Continue reading

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Keep An Eye On The Buckeye

Of all the candidates left in the Republican contest for the 2016 Presidential nod Ohio Governor John Kasich has the most interesting set of decisions to make.  I’m certain most if not all of the contestants actually think they have … Continue reading

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2015: A Year In Review

Today is New Year’s Eve and time to review the year we are saying goodbye to at midnight.  Like most yearend articles I am writing this a few days ahead of time but the jury is in baring something unforeseen … Continue reading

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Drama In The Desert

  Going into Tuesday night’s GOP debate in Las Vegas one of the big mysteries was who just bought the Las Vegas Review-Journal.  If Wednesday’s report by Fortune is correct we know who the power behind the throne is in … Continue reading

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The Fights Before Christmas

I’m not much of a boxing fan.  I can’t remember the last time I watched a complete boxing match.  I can’t even tell you who the current world champion is in any weight class.  Even considering my relative ignorance of … Continue reading

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