Monthly Archives: November 2019

Trump’s Criticism of Ambassador Yovanovitch

Trump’s Criticism of Ambassador Yovanovitch Trump’s justified his twittering denigration of our former Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, as exercising his “free speech”.  He said that things “turned bad” when she was ambassador to Somalia.  Trump’s critics have said that … Continue reading

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California Cities Annual Costs of Commutes

Lending Tree has put out a study of the annual costs of commutes in US cities.  It evaluates this by using the average salaries in the cities, applied to the yearly number of hours spent commuting.   It’s hard to … Continue reading

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The March Democratic Primaries Have 60.8% of all Delegates

The March Democratic Primaries Have 60.8% of all Delegates  Having covered the Super Tuesday 16 entities, we now cover the other March dates.  They add 11 states and 2 territories. March 10, 6 States with 416 Delegates Idaho 25 Michigan … Continue reading

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Michael Bloomberg to Use Super Tuesday Strategy with 34.0% of the Delegates

Now that a brave candidate, previous 12 year New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, is trying the Super Tuesday primary, I am reissuing a 9 month old article on the wisdom of doing this.  The delegate counts are being updated … Continue reading

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Vice President Pence is Required to Consider the 25th Amendment

Vice President Pence Is Required to Consider the 25th Amendment The government oath of office states that he “will support and defend the Constitution”, that he will “bear true faith and allegiance to the same”, and “without any mental reservation … Continue reading

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A “Partisan Impeachment” Would Be the Will of the People

A “partisan impeachment” would be the will of the people. As a famous Kentuckian once said, “let the election decide” the next Supreme Court appointment.  Mitch then unconstitutionally blocked Obama’s Supreme Court appointment, with essentially a year to go before … Continue reading

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Would Trump’s Stonewallers Have to Take the Fifth?

Would Trump’s Stonewallers Have to Take the Fifth? It could be that nothing is really lost by the Trump blocked testimony of the Stonewallers.  They were so close to the blackmail or bribery or collusion or extortion or unjustified firings … Continue reading

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America’s Plethora of State Departments

America’s Plethora of State Departments No, I don’t mean departments of the State Department, I mean separate and conflicting “State Departments”.  This is why the Ukrainian Affair(s) are so complicated.  Let me just list them for brief.  Those that have … Continue reading

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The Threats of Trump’s Secret Server, HAL, and A.I.

The Threats of Trump’s Secret Server, HAL, and AI. Several words are being used to describe the secret server or code-guarded server in the White House.  I’m pretty sure it has some multi-letter military abbreviation, which is also not a … Continue reading

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Dear Donald, How Not to Get Caught Committing Treason

Dear Donald, How Not to Get Caught Committing Treason First of all, don’t invite 12 high ranking appointees to listen in to your blackmail call with a foreign President, about digging up dirt on your primary political challenger or his … Continue reading

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