Category Archives: Election nonsense

A lesson finally absorbed

This will be a review of a political lesson I first encountered in 2012, and only recently came to fully understand. It involves Montana Senator Jon Tester and his opponents  Denny Rehberg and  Dan Cox. Party designations are mere surface … Continue reading

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The game is afoot

My brief once-weekly sojourn to Huffington Post: Supposedly a majority of Americans want the Electoral College vote tomorrow postponed due to the interference by the Russians. (The poll, sponsored by some group called “Avaaz” is like the election itself fake.) … Continue reading

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The machines won on November 9

Things are a little slow here at the blog, a lot of stuff percolating, but nothing ready to publish. I was stuck in traffic this morning, and thought I’d do a little thought experiment: Imagine a city with a Town … Continue reading

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Elections are too important to be left to voters

Just a little more about the election outcome, and then back to business. As I see it, the writers and commenters here at this blog are the happiest people in the country, as we knew not the outcome of the … Continue reading

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The Eighteenth Brumaire of Donald Trump

Well folks, buckle up! It’s going to be one hell of a ride these next four (8?) years. I for one am stocking the pantry with popcorn to munch on while watching the spectacle. On November 9th, 1799, Napoleon Bonaparte seized … Continue reading

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(Fake) Reality Hits You Hard, Bro

So there I was, scanning The Huffington Post to get a sense of the latest propaganda, and all of a sudden I was just minding my own business, when BAM! The picture above came out of nowhere up and hit me in the … Continue reading

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Election speculation

Though we don’t dwell on it here, we realize that many people are preoccupied with political contests. I am no psychic, and have not understood until recently how it is going to shake out. But seeing now what will happen … Continue reading

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The Dreyfus Affair on Trial

Miles Mathis posted a paper I wrote showing that the famous Dreyfus Affair was a manufactured hoax. For those of you coming here from that paper, welcome! Below I have a brief clarification about the goals of the Dreyfus affair plus … Continue reading

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The Trump/Bernie charade

Time and again now, in personal dealings, on Facebook, on radio and TV, I am seeing self-imagined intelligent people saying derogatory things about Donald Trump. On the other side of that coin are the same type people saying kind things … Continue reading

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Trump/Sanders – splitting us in two on trade agreements

Interesting theory on the presidential election – not sure where I heard or read this: Both Trump and Sanders are saying they oppose new trade agreements such as TPP, while Clinton favors them. The vast majority of Americans oppose the … Continue reading

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