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Why the Electoral College? Because State and Regional Diversity Matters.

One of my very favorite blogs, Grassroots in Nebraska (GIN), has undertaken to explain, pretty much after every election why the electoral college, especially as implemented in Nebraska and Maine, is by far the most fair and equitable method of electing the president. A few highlights. Where you live, your day-to-day experiences gained through interacting […]

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Why the Electoral College? Because State and Regional Diversity Matters.

One of my very favorite blogs, Grassroots in Nebraska (GIN), has undertaken to explain, pretty much after every election why the electoral college, especially as implemented in Nebraska and Maine, is by far the most fair and equitable method of electing the president. A few highlights. Where you live, your day-to-day experiences gained through interacting […]

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Mocking Hillary, Trump, and (even) Gary Johnson

The horrid day is rapidly approaching. Yes, November 8 is when Americans will choose which Tweedledee/Tweedledum fire to jump into after two terms of Barack Obama’s slow-growth frying pan. So let’s try to enjoy some gallows humor in advance Hillary already has been the target of satire in one Nazi movie. This time she’s graduated […]

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Puppies for Trump

Yesterday was, again, TrumpDay. This blog proudly and enthusiastically supports Donald Trump for President of the United States of America – no matter what the left, and their sycophantic elitist enablers on the right, say or do. MAGA! It is important that the above was said before saying anything else after a whole Wednesday went … Continue reading “Puppies for Trump”

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Hurricane Hysteria [Updated] | Power Line

From Powerline, with no comment,  because none is required. The much-hyped Hurricane Matthew still hasn’t made landfall. It has been downgraded to a Category 2 hurricane as it makes its way up the Southeastern coast. It may yet do great damage here, as it already has in Haiti, but the disappointment in some quarters is […]

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The Politics of Energy

I try pretty hard not to write about politics overmuch, it angers and tires me, and I suspect it does the same to you, especially this year, when the noise level decidedly indicates hearing protection, much like an unmuffled chainsaw. Still, it matters, so let’s let Bill Whittle tell us why.

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