The RUSsians simply applied the techniques they’d already been USing on their own citizens to the 2016 American presidential campaign, taking full advantage of the fact that no one would […]
Donald J. Trump ✔@realDonaldTrump Did Hillary Clinton ever apologize for receiving the answers to the debate? JUSt ASKing! 4:21 AM – 3 Apr 2017 The first laughably absurd observation about […]
It’s a curioUS posture. Trump doesn’t want Congress to investigate a foreign adversary subverting American democracy on his behalf, but he does want Congress to investigate a news organization – […]
We should not waste our time or imaginations trying to reconfigure Trumpism to explain why all of the “good people” supported him. It is more important to see it for […]
Donald Trump has frequently expressed admiration for Vladimir Putin, viewing him as a “strong” leader who Trump “admires.” Trump has also given wildly differing statements on his personal relationship with Putin. Trump […]
SHE WON THE POPULAR VOTE. There is no reason Trump should be President. “It’s the ‘People’s Will’” No. She won the popular vote. “Our system of government under our Constitution […]
It turns out that we were wrong. There turn out to be a huge number of people — white people, living mainly in rural areas — who don’t share at […]
While I’ve opposed the Trump candidacy from the start, I’ve never disparaged Trump voters. Some are friends and neighbors; they’re all fellow Americans. We should take their concerns serioUSly. But […]
Why would Donald Trump sUSpect that Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails contained important information? BecaUSe Trump knows that when he had the chance, he destroyed incriminating evidence. He did it not […]
Rand Paul spent the first day of his official candidacy testily explaining to reporters that nothing he said before about 2009, when he began running for office, is in any way relevant to his presidential run now and so it’s all off limits. In one case, he even claimed that something he said in 2009 was said in 2007, pushing it back out of the acceptable-to-ask category, per his rules.
Liz and I were both delegates to The Clark County convention which was a disaster. About 4 times as many people showed up for the convention as expected and the convention had to be reconvened weeks later to complete the voting.
Again, both Liz and I were selected as delegates to the Nevada State convention which met in Reno. This was better run, but ran about an hour or two behind schedule all weekend.
Even though President Bill Clinton came to Reno to address the convention, the results of the caucuses were reversed at the convention.