In Winning New York, Trump Loses

If you are a regular reader, you know this column will give credit where it is due: Trump’s haul in percentage of votes and delegates outstripped even the very favorable polls going into the New York primary. It also gives Trump something important that he had been missing until this relatively late contest: the majority […]

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“Conservatives” for Trump?

It is easy to understand why the campaign of Donald Trump for President of the United States appeals to disaffected blue-collar Democrats, avowed misogynists, anti-Semites, white supremacists, and conspiracy theorists, but his support among constitutional conservatives makes logic stare. It is this glaring discrepancy that will be addressed here. In the film “50 First Dates”(2004), […]

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Ted Cruz, Natural Born Citizen

Ted Cruz, Natural Born Citizen I will not belabor a point made at great length by legal scholars. This post is merely a collection of relevant articles on the subject. I will no longer “debate” Ted Cruz’s eligibility to run for the office of President of the United States as a natural born citizen; the […]

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Fun and Games with Inevitable Doom

  Over at Reuters, David Auerbach regurgitated a piece on Anthropogenic Global Warming. As his basis, Mr. Auerbach used an interview given to The Australian by Professor Frank Fenner. It is most interesting how Mr. Auerbach, he of the suggestive Guy Fawkes/Anonymous masks (I’m so edgy!), he of the religious certainty of humankind’s simultaneous ability […]

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