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Belated And Surprisingly Chill Election Aftermath—Despite The Cries Of A “Coup”

     So, despite being fairly accurate in midterms, but after overestimating Republican chances in 2012 and underestimating Republican chances in 2016, how did your humble author do in 2020? Fairly well. And no, there is no “coup”, either from the “Deep … Continue reading

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Crying Wolf Over Fraud

     Election fraud happens. Electoral shenanigans are pretty much expected, and it has been said for decades now that a candidate not only has to win but win above the “margin of fraud”. The problem in tackling this is that there … Continue reading

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An Election Musical Interlude

     While the counting of ballot continues and continues, let us enjoy an apropos musical interlude. Tweet

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An Old But Salient Message For Everyone Post-Election

     For most Americans, nothing really changed between Tuesday and Wednesday. They voted and then went on with their lives. For some people who give all their heart and emotional energy in the outcome of a single election, they either became … Continue reading

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Election 2020 — Predictions From The Chaos & Nevada Early Vote

     The 2016 election was an orgy of black swans, with not only the wild card of Donald Trump but also the worst Democratic nominee ever and an open Supreme Court seat that was poised to deliver the hard Left perpetual … Continue reading

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Nevada Early Vote 2020 (First Full Week)

     The first of full week of early voting has finished up, with one more to go.   In past elections your humble author would compare early vote numbers with past elections to get an idea of how this election was … Continue reading

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Words To Remember When Voting

     A decade 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: Tweet

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Cult Of Normalcy

     “Doublethink” is an interesting thing when applied in practice. For much of the norms of most of the world, the beliefs and thinking of the broader Left can, more or less, infiltrate societies and change them through tyranny and mutation … Continue reading

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Will The Suburbs Survive?

     Between the wannabe-revolutionaries rioting while Corona-chan spreads in urban cores of many cities causing people to flee (if they can), to the pivotal nature of the suburbs in elections as the swing electorate—who will determine the control of not only … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: A Mini-Debate about Health Care: Part IV: Choice

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      From Bernie Sanders’ “Medicare for All” proposal to calls to repeal not just Obamacare, but many other Federal … Continue reading

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