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In the Run-up to the American Midterm Elections:

A Gentle Reminder (usually attributed to Abraham Lincoln) Enough said?

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Cash Peters Saw Nasty Creatures When He Looked:

MAGAts or Dung Beetles? I was going to write: the worm has turned; but I realize that it hasn’t. Support of Trumpism seems to be rampant still. The English Channel YouTube video from yesterday is correct in its assessment that, … Continue reading

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All’s Fair in Love and War…

And Politics To my mind, politics has become a very messed up business, especially in the United States. Now, Canada and the United Kingdom are not immune to some silliness every so often, but the process by which the Prime … Continue reading

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When Ageism Becomes a Barrier

I thought carefully about jumping into the affray about the issue of age. Why? “Cause I’m getting older, too.” To be honest, Biden probably shouldn’t have run for President in 2020, but he realized that no one else could defeat … 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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US Constitution: Checks & Balances

Midterm Elections Most midterm elections are a referendum on the power and popularity of the President. Donald Trump knew this, so he made it all about him (as usual). He went all-out to support Republican Senate candidates and he ignored … Continue reading

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