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Could He Be Navalny’s Spiritual Cousin?

Matt Gaetz (May 7, 1982) I’m not sure if this is inspired by spirit, or just my imagination playing a trick on me. When I looked at Alexei Navalny‘s photos yesterday, I got a little ‘a-ha’ which told me to … Continue reading

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Oops, They Did It Again…

Whataboutism? Classified documents in two places connected with Joe Biden? This is a purposeful deflection by the Republicans to take the heat off Donald Trump. But the implication is that it was an inside job. Merrick Garland isn’t falling for … Continue reading

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Why You Don’t Try to Get Elected During a Full Moon

Vote for the Speaker (January 3 – 7, 2023) At the present moment, this is an image from the most-watched political discussion in American history. Kevin McCarthy finally took the Bull (Matt Gaetz, born May 7, 1982) by the horns … Continue reading

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How Many Times Will You Let Yourself be Humiliated?

Kevin McCarthy (January 26, 1965) After two days, six votes and countless meetings, Kevin McCarthy is set to become the next Speaker of the House of Representatives in the United States. His motto, “I’m not going anywhere,” sounds true enough. … Continue reading

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Last Night I Had a Dream About…

One Rotten Apple We all know the rest of the saying: My dream was quite intricate and lasted the whole night. Essentially, someone’s accounts were out by $4,000. and it was my task to find out why. In the end, … Continue reading

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When it Comes to American Politics:

What’s Good for the Goose is Good for the Gander Interesting. The Hunter Biden laptop situation is a case in point. Obviously, ‘something’ is amiss, but is it enough to completely derail Joe Biden’s 2024 attempt to run for the … Continue reading

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And The Results Are (Not Quite) In…

The 2022 American Midterm Elections It’s a very nebulous business, predicting elections. Obviously, the pundits got it wrong, but Michael Moore didn’t. Also, Cash Peters looked at a lot of individual races, and although he never sees who wins or … Continue reading

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Delusional: Believing Your Own Election Hype

American Midterm Elections I don’t trust opinion polls. They have a way of focusing a bias into election platforms that may be misleading. As usual, history was made, yesterday: a long-standing trend of voting against the sitting President was somehow … Continue reading

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Would You Believe if I Told You She was the Chairman?

Kari Lake (August 23, 1969) I’m kidding, really, but wouldn’t that be a hoot? Kari Lake is a sketchy individual who hasn’t confirmed (or denied) when, where or what time she was born. We have to take everything on faith. … Continue reading

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The Reason We Mustn’t Ignore the Past

Lessons from History My last two posts here have gone over like a lead balloon (that’s where Led Zeppelin got their name). In pondering why, I have come to the conclusion that no one wants to read about events and … Continue reading

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