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France Coronavirus Lockdown – Report on My Trip to the Supermarket
March 16, 2020 17:11 by Tom Williams Posted in: Culture, Elections - Update 2020-03-17, 16:03:43 European Time: I went out just now. I was stopped by two police, two times and I was asked where were my justification paper to leave my home (see below the form - Attestation de Déplacement Dérogatoire). I got off on a warning. Also, the police have barricades on all roads leading into the city. No paper… Continue Reading
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3 Things to Watch in the Biden vs. Sanders Debate for Sunday, March 15, 2020
March 15, 2020 08:35 by Tom Williams Posted in: Elections - Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders enter their first 1-on-1 debate this Sunday night under unprecedented circumstances. The debate, which was originally supposed to take place in Arizona in front of a live crowd, will now be held in CNN's Washington, DC, studios with no audience as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, that has also led both candidates to cancel rallies and stay off the… Continue Reading

Should a Dementia (MMSE) Test Be a Prerequisite for Political Candidates? Here Take the Test
March 12, 2020 12:54 by Bekah Lyons Posted in: Culture, Elections - The (MMSE) stands for the Mini-Mental Status Exam to quantify for cognitive functioning and screen for cognitive loss. It is the standard for initial screening for Dementia in persons over 65 years of age. Many health disciplines can administer the test, including Psychiatrists, Neurologists, Primary Care Physicians, Internists, Nurses, and other trained professionals. Before administrating the test, it must be… Continue Reading
Sanders Biden The Same
The Difference Between Sanders and Biden – Spoiler Alert, NONE!
March 6, 2020 09:26 by Tom Williams Posted in: Elections, Policy - Joe Biden's performance on Super Tuesday has now made him the apparent leader of the pack for the Democrats. The narrative has been from mainstream media that Sanders is the wacko crazy socialist, and Biden is the moderate center-left candidate. Right Wire Report wonders if this is, in fact, true. We took a look at some key policy issues to… Continue Reading

James Carville Makes a Stunning Admission, Democrats Pander to Black and White Educated Women
March 5, 2020 14:05 by Bekah Lyons Posted in: Elections - Trifling Democrat Strategist James Carville, donned his LSU ball cap on MSNBC to discuss the Super Tuesday primary outcomes. The "Ragin Cajun " nickname given to Carville was on full display as he came to deliver the professional political class within the DNC Club's message. The Clarion call: "I think you're going to start seeing some backlash here, like come… Continue Reading
Super Tuesday Results
Fear Grips the Democratic Party, post-Super Tuesday Analysis 2020
March 4, 2020 10:18 by Tom Williams Posted in: Elections - The 2020 Super Tuesday vote has been taken. The final result may not be known for a while (days) pending mail-in ballots and final counting. It is now time to take stock of where we sit today in terms of the political landscape for the presidential election in November. Joe Biden did better than expected, winning 8 to 10 states… Continue Reading

Amy Klobuchar cuts a Stealth Deal to be on the Ticket, then Biden wins Minnesota?
March 4, 2020 09:31 by Bekah Lyons Posted in: Elections - The day Senator Amy Klobuchar stood at the podium, in a raging snow blizzard, to announce she was throwing her hat in the ring for president in 2020, she was campaigning for a position on the Democrat ticket. The Vice President spot! Klobuchar suspended her campaign hours before Super Tuesday. The DNC needs to win back the Midwestern voter in… Continue Reading
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Tech Turns on Bloomberg, suspends 70 pro-Bloomberg accounts
March 3, 2020 12:12 by Boomerang Posted in: Elections - Bloomberg’s presidential campaign has been experimenting with novel tactics to cultivate an online following or at least the appearance of one. But one of his strategies, deploying a large number of Twitter accounts to push out identical messages, has backfired. On Friday, Twitter began suspending 70 accounts posting pro-Bloomberg content in a pattern that violates company rules. "We have taken… Continue Reading
Super Tuesday
The Great Culling, pre-Super Tuesday Analysis 2020
March 3, 2020 11:16 by Tom Williams Posted in: Elections - The media is telling us that Biden is surging in the Democratic primaries? Really? The ginned-up media hype of Biden surging is just that - media hype. So what is the insider game being played here?  Much of the media hype for Biden is coming off his recent primary win in South Carolina. Looking at the results, they were pretty… Continue Reading

My Birdseye View of Michelle Malkin’s Arizona State University Speech
March 3, 2020 07:38 by Kev Spirited Posted in: Elections, Policy - Michelle Malkin recently spoke at an event hosted by the College Republicans at Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe on February 26th, 2020. I was fortunate enough to attend her speech and offer this report from my birdseye view. Malkin was born in America following her parents immigrating from the Philippines on an employer-sponsored visa for her father's medical education.… Continue Reading