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When It Comes to American Voters…

Democrats Have Lost Their Way Let me first say this: I am totally uninterested in American politics. (Who laughed at that statement?) And, although my own political leanings are a little left of centre, I can see when something is … Continue reading

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Has Trump Been Painted into a Corner?

2024 Presidential Run? Before we move forward with this thought, let’s look back at what I wrote on August 11, 2021: About six months before the 2020 Presidential election, I predicted a win for the Biden/Harris ticket on the basis of their … Continue reading

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The Right Fear Mail-In Votes Skew Outcomes to the Left

Main-In vs. In-Person Voting It’s a situation that is being exploited by one side over the other. (Or so each side thinks…) The panic seems to be the erroneous thought that only Republicans vote in person, on the day of … Continue reading

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How to Respect Someone’s Opinion:

Agree to Disagree We are in the middle of a provincial election here in Ontario, Canada. So, the knives are out, trying to carve up the electorate. And because the Americans are running their mid-term primaries at the same time, … Continue reading

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Promises, Promises

Canadian General Election 2021 Voting Day is next Monday. Most people have probably already made up their minds as to the party they will support: one quarter of eligible voters have already cast their ballot in the advance polls. But … Continue reading

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I Voted Today at an Advanced Poll

People’s Party of Canada No, I didn’t make a mistake: although this (under-represented) political party is ultra-right, the local General Election candidate is the least-worst choice of a bad bunch. My wife chose a candidate from a different political party … Continue reading

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Ugly Canadians: The Federal Election Campaign Turned Nasty

Trudeau Protest (Yesterday) This is one of the few ‘nice’ images from that confrontation in Bolton, Ontario. You can read about it in the Toronto Star, here. In truth, I don’t recognize our country anymore. The dividing line is along … Continue reading

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Disinformation: Duping America and the World

An Unsworn Affidavit aka “The Italian Job” Besides, as the vilest Writer has his Readers, so the greatest Liar has his Believers; and it often happens, that if a Lie be believ’d only for an Hour, it has done its … Continue reading

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*Cough, Cough*: Just a Cold or Something Else?

Joseph Biden (November 30, 1942) President Elect Biden gave a speech last night on American prime time television. He spoke of Trump’s attempts to overturn the election and further divide the United States. He reiterated his pledge to work for … 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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