Tag Archives: Democrats

Paranoia: Fairy Tales in the Modern Age

“I Understand the Concept of Politics, Now” Maybe I’m being cynical; maybe I’m being paranoid. Last Wednesday’s debacle in Washington, D.C. has made me take a serious look at the state of mind of a country at war with itself. … Continue reading

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Has There Ever Been a Dead Heat in a Presidential Election?

“Sleepy Joe” Biden versus “Trumpety” Trump Too close to call? Who says? The main stream media? (It looks like the perfect way to keep people glued to their televisions and internet devices: more advertising revenue.) If I’d been a betting … Continue reading

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COVID-19: The White House Trojan Horse?

Hope Hicks (October 21, 1988 – Greenwich, Connecticut) I am just speculating. But this thought occurred to me almost immediately hearing that the President and the First Lady had been diagnosed with COVID-19. And yet, she may also be the … Continue reading

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Politics: Changing Tact to Catch the Winds of Change

ABC 20/20 Special I watched this hour long presentation last night. The interviewers tried hard to get a rise out of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, but for the most part, the Democratic running mates were at their diplomatic best. … Continue reading

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Have the Democrats Got Enough Guts to do the ‘Right’ Thing?

He’s Biden His Time, and She’s Trying Not to Harris Him The back and forth among Democrats in the lead-up to Joe Biden naming his Vice-Presidential running mate has been excruciating to watch, even from here in Canada. The implication … Continue reading

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A Month in Politics is a Long Time

We’re Back! Even a weekend is enough to change everything. A month ago, I suggested that Trump had accomplished what he set out to do: defeat Biden. But Trump didn’t reckon on Democrats from the South deciding that Joe Biden … Continue reading

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The Backroom Boys are at It Again

Joe Biden (November 20, 1942) I can see how this is shaping up: two moderates decide to ditch their Democratic Presidential Nomination campaigns and endorse the ‘presumptive’ front runner. Only Joe Biden is not the front runner, Bernie Sanders is. … Continue reading

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The Junior US Senator from Vermont

Bernie Sanders In a short discussion on yesterday’s post, a fellow astrologer, Steve Kinsman, wrote this: If you look at the horoscope for the inauguration (January 20, 2021, 12:03 PM, Washington, D.C.), a triple conjunction of the Sun, Saturn and … Continue reading

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Is This ‘New’ Man the Next US President?

Pete Buttigieg OK. Everybody take a deep breath. The surprise candidate at the Iowa caucuses this week was Alfred E. Neuman. So far, he is leading Bernie Sanders by a couple of percentage points. The Democratic Presidential Candidate for 2020 … Continue reading

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20/20 Vision: Impeachment

The Road Ahead The House of Representatives vote to impeach Donald Trump showed the full extent of the political divide in the United States. Most Democrats voted ‘yes’ and all Republicans ‘no’. This Presidency has been the most polarizing since… … Continue reading

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