Daily Archives: April 17, 2017

NYTimes’ Jeremy Peters says Democrats lack leadership

Never quite sure what these kinds of comments mean. Was Bernie Sanders on anyone’s radar as providing real leadership three years out from 2016? Was Donald Trump? Parties that lose elections are said to be “in the wilderness” until it … Continue reading

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“Private Eyes” – Hall & Oates: No. 44 on the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 Singles charts for 1982

“Private Eyes” is a 1981 single by Hall & Oates, also the title track from their album of that year. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 charts for two weeks, from November 7 through November 20, 1981. It ended … Continue reading

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The expectations game in the Georgia 6th special election

A Republican operative/blogger for the Washington Post by the name of Ed Rogers is doing his best to frame the expectations game in the Georgia 6th congressional district special election tomorrow, though not surprisingly he is missing the most important … Continue reading

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Bernie Sanders should join the Democratic Party

I was among those not overly pleased that Sen. Sanders ran for president under the Democratic Party banner while really an Independent, and continues to call himself one after the election. He obviously did well against Mrs. Clinton, and his message … Continue reading

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Former U.S. Ambassador: Trump trying to “out North Korea the North Koreans.” Sounds promising

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Morning Headlines

New York Times: A “Cuban Missile Crisis” in slow motion The Hill: Democrats welcome Bernie takeover Roll Call: Funding deadline tests GOP strategy MSNBC: Is Trump Tweeting his way to WWIII? ABC News: Pence declares end to “strategic patience” on North … Continue reading

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