Category Archives: 2020 Primaries

Democratic Caucuses Convert to Primaries in 2020

Democratic Caucuses Convert to Primaries in 2020 Many of Senator Sander’s state wins in 2016 were from caucuses.  He won’t have this advantage in 2020.  We will present comparative numbers.  Wyoming will decide later whether to convert to a party … Continue reading

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Environmental Rules Rolled Back by Trump

Environmental Rules Rolled Back by Trump The New York Times has documented 83 environmental rules rolled back or being rolled back by the Trump administration.  It has also noted 10 that have been reinstated by the courts.  We report their … Continue reading

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Slicing the Democratic Primary Pies with Three Leading Candidates

Slicing the Democratic Primary Pies with Three Leading Candidates. Previously, we showed how the Democratic district vote would be split between two candidates, because only candidates with more than 15% of the vote were to be counted, and only two … Continue reading

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The Math of the California Democratic Primary of 2020

The Math of the California Democratic Primary of 2020 California has a progressive proportional Democratic primary on Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020.  However, mail ballots can be submitted starting Feb. 3, which is the same date as the first February … Continue reading

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The Math of the Democratic 2020 Primary

The Math of the Democratic 2020 Primary The 2020 Democratic primary is designed to elect a candidate, with only pledged delegates on the first ballot.  They also will include mail-in ballots on State caucuses.  There will also not be any … Continue reading

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Trump Flunks Nuclear Affairs

Trump Flunks Nuclear Affairs I thought that it would be easy to write a surfacy article about Trump and Nuclear Matters.  But just starting with the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste storage site is already a full article.  But I will … Continue reading

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Buying Into a Democratic Senate

Buying Into a Democratic Senate First of all, we feel sorry for all of those states which are suffering from floods and tornadoes, which are enhanced by warming and climate change, many of which are Republican and backed Trump.  We … Continue reading

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Trump-Barr Collusion

Trump-Barr Collusion Clearly, I don’t have to re-cover what has been occupying the news, columnists, and opinion writers for three days.   And with so many long topics to cover, I just wanted to present my short opinions. First of all, … Continue reading

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Trump Rules the GOP

Let’s see:  If you are Republicans who want to hide that Trump’s personal lawyer continuously lied for Trump, is your best strategy really to spend the whole day emphasizing that the lawyer is a liar?  After all, Michael Cohen has … Continue reading

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Super Tuesday Democratic Primaries Have 48% of US GDP

Super Tuesday Democratic Primaries Have 48% of US GDP In our efforts to persuade the roughly 10 Democratic Presidential candidates to campaign predominantly in the Super Tuesday states, we now concentrate on fund raising possibilities in these states.  While we … Continue reading

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