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Getting Real With Obamacare

Congressfolk are evidently struggling with Obamacare, delaying their legislation while hiding it from sight. Obviously, they see themselves in a no-win situation. We can see reasons for this: First, existing Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid funding already depended upon borrowing … Continue reading

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How Will Congress Receive President Trump Tomorrow? (Pie In The Face, Or Not?)

Will Democrats disrupt President Trumps’ address to Congress? Will the GOP majority allow it? We’ll know tomorrow, as the Prez appears before Congress to outline his program. Previous Democrats have demanded decorum for this; we’ll see how the current crop … Continue reading

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Which Party Has Compassion Now???

The political Left is the party that cares, right? Compassionate, unlike that other, cold hearted bunch. Yeah … Those Lefties have worried about the elderly, fighting for security for them via both Social Security pensions and Medicare. Seniors should be … Continue reading

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In Order of Precedence: Democrats, Republicans … and Voters

The first inarguable clue: The same big donors contribute to both parties. Thus, it is evident that they are buying political favors, not differences in ideology. The party in office receives more of course, no matter which one. The Democrats, … Continue reading

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Disarming the Public to Save It … (Or to Save SOMEBODY)

News item: A Senate bipartisan gun proposal empowers the Attorney General to block gun purchases using no-fly and terror watch lists. Let’s ignore the propaganda and parse this from a real world prospect: The Federal government will decide who is allowed … Continue reading

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Trump, Clinton, Sanders (And Maybe Joe Biden) for President … And An Opinion Of That

It seems evident that GOP voters are ready to anoint a Trump out of revulsion for the status quo, not out of Trumpian appeal. Ironically, the rise of recently Democrat Sanders seems to reflect a similar revulsion of Democrats. The … Continue reading

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WhyAn Elected Trump Must Fail

Mostly, politicians fail for the same reason: They do not fulfill their promises. The same is applicable to government generally. And no more can Donald Trump fulfill his promises nor the wider expectations he has generated among voters. He must … Continue reading

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Colorado’s GOP Shows Voters Who’s Boss

Republican leaders canceled the presidential vote at their 2016 caucus in favor of simply awarding Colorado delegates themselves, never mind the voters. The move threw some light on the earlier statement by a Republican leader that “We choose the candidates, … Continue reading

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The Establishment or The Voters: Who Decides?

To us, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump seem two sides of the same coin. Both are using their respective parties as convenient transportation in a desired direction and neither has paid his fare for the ride. Sanders has been tolerated … Continue reading

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The Snake Oil of 2016 Elections

A girls’ basketball team was expelled from its league because it won too many games. Clearly, the basis of athletic competition – indeed, of competition itself – has been stood upon its head; the nuts are running the asylum. We … Continue reading

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