Put the pitchforks away. Think logically. Recognize facts. The lunacy that Russia caused Donald Trump to win in 2016 is being matched now by the lunacy that illegal votes helped Joe Biden win the presidency in 2020. Nonsense. Trump legally and fairly won in 2016. Biden legally and fairly won in 2020. (Yes, I’m stating … Continue reading Neither Trump’s 2016 nor Biden’s 2020 win is fraudulent
Here we go. Two questions. Provide your answers in the reply box below (NOT ON FACEBOOK OR TWITTER). Question 1: How many Electoral College votes do Joe Biden and Donald Trump get in the 2020 presidential election? Question 2: What will the Democratic/Republican makeup of the new Senate be? I won’t leave you without providing … Continue reading Okay, folks. You tell me who wins.
On Tuesday, America will take the most important step in ridding itself of the scourge of Donald Trump’s presidency. Joe Biden might not reach the necessary 270 (or more) Electoral College number on Election Night because roughly 100-million Americans already have voted. Multiple media reports have indicated a majority of those votes will be for … Continue reading Joe Biden will be the next president of the United States
For what it's worth: The last question today on the news quiz I gave to my two journalism classes: Who do you think will win the presidential election? Students were given credit for the right answer, no matter what they wrote down. The results: Trump: 15 Biden: 10 COVID-19: 1 You're free to offer whatever … Continue reading Trump – 15, Biden – 10
Photo: Anthony Moretti 18July2016 On Nov. 3, Americans might know whether Donald Trump will be returned to the White House for another term or if Joe Biden will become the next president of the United States. Of course, the answer will be determined once we know which man wins the requisite number of states in … Continue reading Vote for a third-party option? Why not?
The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden takes place tonight. I admit this is the first election cycle I remember in which the debates weren't a must-see program in my mind. Yes, I'll be watching, but I confess there's nothing either man can say tonight that will sway my vote. I think … Continue reading The first presidential debate
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will do what nothing else has done in recent months: recalibrate the 2020 presidential election. The growing number of coronavirus deaths in the U.S. has been met with shrugs across the country; the data have merely strengthened the camps in which Americans find themselves. The accusation … Continue reading Justice Ginsburg’s death moves the political needle
The shift to the right in the United States Supreme Court will continue. The passing of Justice Ruth Badger Ginsburg opens the door for the President to nominate another justice. It would be his third appointment in the first four years of his presidency. Wait, you say, Sen. Mitch McConnell established a kind-of unwritten rule … Continue reading There will be a new Supreme Court Justice this year
Photo: Anthony Moretti 18July2016 In 50 days, Trump or Biden, which man’s win will the world be eyin’? In 50 days, we will decide which septuagenarian will take the prize. In 50 days, we will admit which man is the preferred fit. In 50 days, a white man or a POC, which is a heartbeat … Continue reading In 50 days…