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A recent HuffPost story by Lee Moran noted a recent book in which Trump biographer Michael D’Antonio (Pulitzer Prize winner) turned one of Donald’s favorite … more
Here’s a Nov. 8 article from The Guardian, “Stacey Abrams helps raise $3.6m in two days for crucial Georgia Senate runoffs:” … more
TRUMP IS GOING TO MAKE THINGS UGLY until he's actually out of office Jan. 20—and even then he'll have Twitter. And he’ll be raving on to any wayward ear he can capture. Only if Democrats … more
Humans have many ways to measure time. In most Western cultures, we think of time as a weird combination of linear and circular. Of course, circular is still linear to someone who uses calculus. We … more
It’s not officially certified, but it’s pretty much over now. It turned into more of a nail-biter than expected and the closeness leaves me a bit disgusted with the American … more
This blog likely will appear around 5 days before election day, a week or so after the final debate. But I doubt things will change much. The only thing holding me back from writing “As Trump … more
“Mr. President, the days of using our faith for your benefit are over,” the ad from Not Our Faith warns. “We know you need the support of Christians like us to win this election. … more
It’s doubtful that this time around it will be close enough for resolution by a single member of the supreme Court—such as gave us George Bush rather than possibly Al Gore. However, all … more
I have been a political and news junkie since I was a kid. When I was a student at UW in the 70s, I used to take a Greyhound bus to Gardiner (to what used to be the General Store) and meet my … more
“LOCK HER UP!” the partisan crowd chanted Wednesday night—during a typical mask-free Donald Trump rally in Minnesota. By mid-day Friday he was confined to Walter Reed medical center … more
I know, I know—“November 3.” Because of the usual “lame duck” period, our current president will remain in office at least until January 20. I use the Nov. 3 reference … more
Two-thirds of the acreage burned in California is on federal lands and not within the purview of state officials. Two major fires combined to burn more than 150 square miles in Sequoia National Park, … more
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