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The Trump Administration continues to threaten United States Postal Service’s fragile finances by denying the constitutionally enshrined agency a $10 billion loan it desperately needs to continue its operations.  The reasons for the precarious financial situation of the USPS are well documented elsewhere in this blog – but, suffice to say that the Congress asks […]
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Anyone notice anything peculiar about the states that have no stay in place order? True, there are some Democratic states – Pennsylvania and Nevada – but, generally, we’re looking at states with Republican governors who apparently apply a different value to human life.  Republican governors must take the President’s theory of the human body as […]
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Sanders is Waving Goodbye

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In General
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On March 16, 2020
If there’s ever been a solid indicator that Sanders is done, it is that multiple gauges of debate performance place Biden ahead. Biden. I mean, Biden. This is not because Biden has all of a sudden become more effective or that Sanders has all of a sudden become a worse candidate. Yes, part of this […]

Pete Is Out

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On March 1, 2020

The race loses another candidate who has a greater chance of surviving coronavirus than the top three candidates. The Buttigieg campaign was heavily focused on the development and articulation of poli

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