Monthly Archives: December 2016

GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorredted)

Newsbits  of the week: Chicago’s Merry Christmas: Only 7 dead, 27 shot. Weekend: Over 60 shot, 11 dead. Trump takes reins early, at home and abroad (Report) (Will Congress cope?) The war on cash: 2017 will be ground zero. (Opinion) … Continue reading

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But the Electoral College Isn’t Democratic!(No, it’s only Fair …)

Let us, discussing the current attack on the Electoral College, first notice whence it comes. It proceeds from those who lost the election. In the present, that is the political Left. Forgive us if we believe that, had it won … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

From Christmas week, to you: Boston Climate: Coldest December 16th in 133 years … (Report) (Hmnn …) Electoral College besieged: Thousands demanding electors vote against Trump. (Entitlement rampant) The culture: An Oregon resident received court permission to change his/her/its gender … Continue reading

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Democrats and Republicans Both Lost the Election (Analysis)

Democrats are blaming the FBI chief, the Russians, utterly deplorable voters and whatever else they can find (excepting Democrats, of course) for their loss. Republicans are keeping quiet since they “won,” sort of. But they really lost when Donald Trump … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Your Saturday’s selection of the weeks’ happenings, opinions, data and nonsense: The Senate is processing an illegal alien protection extension bill with support from both parties. (To get it done before Trump?) A new House bill would provide law enforcement … Continue reading

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Can American Presidents Endure The Constitution Anymore?

Perhaps we are alone but to us, the presidency of Barack Obama seems iconoclastic, a paradigm shift imposed by the digital revolution. In short, his predecessors more or less disappeared into the White House, reappearing as needed for specific events. … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Your weekly selection: Austria rejected a turn to the right, electing a former green leader as its president. Trump is targeting another Indiana plant over its planned move to Mexico? (Report)  (How many can the taxpayers afford to bribe in … Continue reading

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