Tag Archives: John Kennedy

Go Negative Young Candidate (Or Old)

More Americans have a negative than positive view of Donald Trump.  In fact he has the record net negative for any presidential candidate in history.  Before the Democrats start to jump for joy let me remind them that Hillary Clinton … Continue reading

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Listen To What Billy Said

Tuesday morning the entire American political world was obsessed with the Indiana primary.  In my opinion, an underreported fact was that Donald Trump was running around giving legs to a story in the National Enquirer that Ted Cruz’s father has … Continue reading

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On Wisconsin And Beyond

This article has nothing to do with the University of Wisconsin or the Badgers’ athletic teams although I will admit their fight song On, Wisconsin inspired today’s title.  However, this posting does have a lot to do with Tuesday’s Wisconsin … Continue reading

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The World Has Noticed; Has America?

I’ve been as inaccurate with my Donald Trump predictions as any other political observer, analyst or pundit.  One thing I have not done is predict that any previous event was his demise.  I still expect the demise to come despite … Continue reading

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‘Twas The Ides Of March

March 15th is known as The Ides of March.  The date is infamous for the assassination of Julius Caesar.  Talk about ending a political career.  As I write this, some of the dust is still settling from Tuesday’s primaries, but … Continue reading

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“Minor” Elections With Major Implications

  My usual practice is to write about what I felt was the biggest political story of the week in my Sunday article.  With us being in the midst of the primary and debate season that isn’t always the possible.  … Continue reading

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Did Trump Lose Badly Enough?

There were no winners in last night’s GOP debate in Detroit; at least none that were in the building.  A case can be made that the Democrats won by default, but certainly nobody associated with the Republican Party or host … Continue reading

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The Cowardly Bully

The biggest American political news of last week is something that literally didn’t happen; Donald Trump, the current Republican front-runner didn’t show up for Thursday night’s GOP debate in Des Moines, Iowa. 

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A Comment And A Conversation

My regular readers know that I both take climate change seriously and am trying to enlighten myself on this very complex topic.  Sunday I posted an article entitled To Nuke Or Not To Nuke? in which I pondered the role … Continue reading

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The Endorsement Of Alan Grayson For Senate

This is neither the first time I have recognized Alan Grayson nor is it the first time I have endorsed him.  He was the inaugural Progressive of the Year in 2010.  Grayson is seeking to fill the Senate seat Marco … Continue reading

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