Category Archives: Elections

The Call For Global Governance Is Real

     Transnational organizations, especially global ones, are run by representatives chosen by a nation’s government and/or bureaucrats. While some more regional transnational bodies such as the European Union have “Parliament members” that are kinda/supposedly chosen by the voters, such representatives tend … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: The Irish Problem

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      With the question of Brexit being the single most important topic for the U.K. during this month’s elections … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: The Limits of Journalistic Investigation

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      Considering the ongoing fall-out of the “Mueller Investigation” report and all the insanity fallout therefrom, perhaps might be … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: The Future of Conservatism

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      Rather than an illumination of the Left, sometimes a civil debate can be help clarify positions on the … Continue reading

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Amy Klobuchar’s Salad Days

     By now, it is well known that Minnesota Senator, and 2020 Presidential hopeful, Amy Klobuchar, has enjoyed eating a salad with… a comb. Aside from this being a sign that one is a psychopath, it illustrates how in Klobuchar’s case … Continue reading

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The Coming Assault on the 2nd Amendment in Nevada

     With the election of Steve Sleestak Sisolak to the Governorship of Nevada (the first Democrat to win the seat in nearly a quarter of a century) combined with Democrats newly gained supermajority in the state Assembly (they missed out winning … Continue reading

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The Grand Old Sundering

     In the wake of the 2018 election results, there are two conflicting narratives concerning what the outcome of the results really mean. To wit: Either the GOP wasn’t “MAGA” enough and that the voters punished the “establishment” candidates, or that … Continue reading

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Suburban Shift — 2018 Election Aftermath and Postmortem

     After all the sturm und drang, not to mention the plethora of polling calls, political mailers and commercials, and emotional outbursts, the 2018 election is over and in the bag.      My predictions for 2018 were broadly accurate, but I was … Continue reading

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Words To Remember When Voting

     Half a dozen of years ago, I was talking with a scientist who had immigrated from Bulgaria, had lived under Communism, and had become an American citizen. The words she spoke to me still gives me a chill of terror: … Continue reading

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2018 Election Predictions

     It’s prediction time! My “official” prediction for the 2018 election are below. As a preemptive rejoiner to potential critics of previous predictions, I’d like to note that my predictions for Nevada have been highly accurate, with errors being within a … Continue reading

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