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Ten minutes to write. Less time to read.
No that’s not a typo; I’m inventing a new word that means “taking a break to ponder what to do next.”
Three weeks ago the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years. It was euphoric. Two weeks
… finish reading Dorping Out
Last night’s final presidential debate for this election held about fifteen minutes of my attention before I returned to watching the Chicago Cubs work their way toward the World Series. But I heard Trump’s comments on supporting Hillary Clinton if
… finish reading Will of the People
Last night’s debate between the two vice-presidential candidates convinced me that such a program is a waste of time. First, it wasn’t really a debate.
A real debate is a formal activity where one side expresses all the reasons for
… finish reading The VP Debate
It’s the first day of the Democratic National Convention, and pandemonium reigns. It was supposed to be a contrast to last week’s Republican National Convention where pandemonium was invited as a front row participant.
But with the WikiLeaks regarding the
… finish reading First Impressions
The RNC convention is history, and the DNC convention starts Monday. So we’re halfway home with this political ritual. I wanted to watch more of the Republican convention than I did, but mostly I couldn’t stand it. In all fairness,
… finish reading Halfway There
Today is the official start of the Republican National Committee’s quadrennial convention, the one where the next GOP nominee for President of the United States is confirmed. I’ve watched a couple previews over the past weekend that focused on the
… finish reading RNC
While America’s front runners for the office of President continue to bash each other for another four months, England accepted a new Prime Minister today after David Cameron announced his resignation a couple weeks ago.
I don’t know the ins
… finish reading Changing Leaders
It’s official. Donald Trump has enough delegates to be the nominee of the Republican Party once the convention convenes this summer. A year ago, nobody would have believed it. Which means the people who say he will never be elected
… finish reading The Donald
First, a disclaimer: I am not a devotee of Donald Trump.
But this blog isn’t really about that. It’s about whether those in his party should unite behind their candidate for the sake of winning or should vote their consciences
… finish reading Titanic Revisited