Category Archives: Trump Administration

Status of US and Canadian Coronavirus Cases, and US Unpreparedness

Status of US and Canada Coronavirus Cases, and US Unpreparedness There have only been about 500 tests so far.  There is no evidence that a million tests are coming.  The CDC test count has been removed from its website.  The … Continue reading

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The Coming Minority and Poor Coronavirus Epidemic

The Coming Minority and Poor Coronavirus Epidemic We are about to witness the truth of the axiom that:  you are only as healthy as the least among you.  While thinking about this I see that Pete Buttigieg is way ahead … Continue reading

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Living in Trump’s Dystopian Collapse of Democracy

Living in Trump’s Dystopian Collapse of Democracy It feels like we are living in a science fiction movie, where the Untouchable Chosen One daily smashes another pillar of our previous Democracy.  The savior of the Stone may not be acting … Continue reading

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Is Trump the USA Vector 1?

Is Trump the USA Vector 1? Is Trump doing his utmost to spread infections in America?  This article started out elaborating on the lack of healthcare for 44 million people. This includes the 11 million undocumented immigrants, who are afraid … Continue reading

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Epilogue to Impeachment: Trump’s Wild Victory Celebrations

Epilogue to Impeachment:  Trump’s Wild Victory Celebrations Every great saga deserves an epilogue.  I mean Trump’s Impeachment Saga, not my whacky accounting of it.  Trump, the TV Director in Chief, could not help making a Grand Show of his pre-acquittal … Continue reading

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The US and Key Countries in the Democracy Index 2019

We examine the new Democracy Index 2019 rating of the US and world countries performed by the Economist Intelligence Unit.  I was very interested in this since it would contain the third year of the Trump Presidency and his House … Continue reading

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Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely

“Power Corrupts; Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely”, Lord Acton Donald Trump, William Barr, Mick Mulvaney, Mike Pompeo, Rudy Giuliani, Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham, Pat Cipollone, Alan Dershowitz, Kenneth Starr,  … Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, Kim Jung Un, Bashar Al Assad, Recep … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Cowardice

Fifty Shades of Cowardice Just because retiring Senator Lamar Alexander wavered, and then decided against witnesses, he should not alone bear the cloak of cowardice.  All of the other 50 Republican Senators who will also vote against witnesses and documents … Continue reading

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Campaign Finance: The Large and the Small

Campaign Finance:  The Large and the Small are Both Important “The winner takes it all, The loser standing small “  ABBA, The Winner Takes it All. Democrats have well learned over three years of massive degradation of America’s environment and … Continue reading

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America’s Next Democracy Rating, and Chief Justice John Roberts’ View

America’s Next Democracy Rating, and Chief Justice John Roberts’ View Having just written articles on the Democracy and Freedom ratings of world countries, I was going to speculate on what our new ratings would be after the sham impeachment trial.  … Continue reading

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