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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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Be Honest Now: How Many Social Bubbles Are You In?

COVID-19 is Contagious, Isn’t It? It’s been on my mind, lately. It’s all well and fine to suggest that gatherings of ANY kind should be limited to 10 people, but that’s not really what causes this virus to spread. It’s … Continue reading

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Is This Proof of the Deep State?

ShadowGate (2020) I was sent this title by a friend who lives in Europe. I wasn’t expecting it to essentially ‘prove’ what David Wilcock has been saying for all these years, that there IS a shadow government in the US, … Continue reading

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There Are No Flies on Senator Kamala Harris

Pence looked pale, Harris robust. And, of course, Vice-President Mike Pence’s admonition of Senator Kamala Harris’ focus on how many people have died under his watch: “Don’t play politics with peoples’ lives.” Vice-Presidential Debate, Utah, October 7, 2020 (That’s all … Continue reading

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Opinion: “With an Abundance of Caution”

I Wrote This Statement on Facebook (September 20, 2020) I’m not posting this for public consumption. Nor am I hoping that it will be shared extensively among my friends and acquaintances. But I do wish to make a point about … Continue reading

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Canada’s 17th Prime Minister Held That Office for 79 Days

John Turner (June 7, 1929 – September 19, 2020) His is the story that didn’t turn out the way we all expected it to. His tenure as Prime Minister lasted from June 30, 1984 until September 17, 1984. Then he … Continue reading

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Who Would Want to be President, Really?

If I’ve learned anything about the transition of one head-of-state to another, as seen in yesterday’s posts, it is a stress-filled time. You go from a normal politician, glad-handing with supporters and other well-wishers, to the isolation of being at … Continue reading

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Dream: Flashback to Obama’s Second Term

The Second Coming of Barack Obama? I seem to be a little slow on the uptake. This cover from Newsweek is from seven-and-a-half years ago. I got the image in my dream last night. Was this an answer to my … Continue reading

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“Can I Be Manipulated? Can You?”

The Great Hack (2019) From Wikipedia: The Great Hack is a 2019 documentary film about the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal, produced and directed by Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer, both previous documentary Academy Award nominees (The Square, Control Room, Startup.com). … 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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