Marco and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: Rubio’s Weakness on Display

Sen. Marco Rubio’s self-destructive pummeling at the hands of Gov. Chris Christie just before the New Hampshire primary might not…

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This Map Proves Sanders’ Political Revolution a Delusional Fantasy, or, My 1 Question for Bernie

“How, Bernie?” The math and data that show why the “political revolution” can’t and won’t happen anytime soon.  Originally published on…

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Politics From Iowa to New Hampshire: Out of the Frying-Pan into the Fire

Iowa only succeeded in providing less, not more, clarity with its surprising results.  Neither the victors nor the losers can…

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America Has Two Major Political Parties, but Only One Is Serious (and It’s Definitely Not the Republican Party)

Author’s note: even at this stage of the game in late 2015, it was clear the Republican Party was a…

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Fiorina Key Exec on Team that Destroyed Lucent, Making It Enron of Telecom World.

She Is Also Hardly Self-Made, Hails from Elite: Carly’s Campaign Narrative of Herself Is Mostly False Having examined Republican presidential candidate…

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Fiorina the Female: The Republican Party’s Desperation for a Viable Woman Candidate and the Lowering of the Bar

In this three-part series, we look at the candidacy of the new darling of the Republican Party, former HP CEO Carly Fiorina. …

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Republican “Debate” Circus Round 2: Trump vs. Fiorina

Also, Why the Kids’-Table Debate Was Better Why the debate should not be called a debate, why it is embarrassing…

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The Republican Candidates: Substance vs. Style: What Trumps What?

The first debate(s) showed us that the Republicans are often in a war between substance and style.  Can a candidate…

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Don’t Dismiss The Donald: 4 Reasons Why Trump Could Win GOP Nomination

Author’s note: I challenge readers to find pieces by non-Trump-supporters that recognized the threat Trump presented to the degree I…

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U.S. Settlement of Prevezon Case Raises More Questions on Trump/Russia Ties; Bharara Led Case Before Trump Fired Him (CENSORED IN RUSSIA)

Author’s note: In early January, 2019, Veselnitskaya was charged by SDNY for obstruction of justice in the Prevezon case. A…

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Trump, the Global Democratic Fascist Movement, Putin’s War on the West, and a Choice for Liberals: Welcome to the Era of Rising Democratic Fascism Part II

Fascism comes in many forms; if Hitler and genocide can be one end of the spectrum, there’s plenty of room…

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