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Thank you, Joe Biden, for the Covid-19 vaccine

While President Donald Trump did nothing to halt the coronavirus pandemic, we are ever so grateful that you, Mr. President-elect stepped up to give us a vaccine to fight Covid-19. In no time at all, you’ve made up for Trump’s dithering response to the highly infectious disease. Mr. President-elect, we know for sure that you’ll... Read more »

Congratulations, Joe Biden

Not the outcome I wanted, but he’ll be president and the legal challenges from the Trump campaign will not succeed (although I support those efforts. More on that later.). The media’s crowning of Biden has brought tears to the eyes of some of his supporters who contemplate that Donald Trump will be out of their lives.... Read more »

A ballsy, ignorant or dishonest promise from Biden

Remember President Barack Obama’s oft-repeated promise to garner support for Obamacare? “If you like your health care, you can keep your plan. Period.” Turned out to be wrong and Obama even later apologized for the–what to call it?–mistake, promising to fix it for the losers. Now his former vice president and Democratic presidential candidate is... Read more »
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The problem with Biden's plan to fight the coronavirus pandemic

When you look at Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s 6,958-word “plan” for fighting the coronavirus pandemic you should don your sunglasses because you’ll be blinded by the endless, costly, impractical and over-the-top promises. When Biden repeatedly asserts that President Donald Trump has “no plan” to fight the pandemic, one is compelled to look at Biden’s. My congratulations... Read more »

Today's joke: The New York Times lopsided "fact checking" of the presidential debate

At the outset, I  agree that President Donald Trump is a carload of mis- and dis-information, some of it intentional and others arising from ignorance. So when the New York Times comes along and fact checks Trump’s statements made during the Thursday night debate, I won’t contest each and every one. But this is where it... Read more »

Learn from Illinois politics: Democrat voters won't care about alleged Biden corruption

Election after election, Illinois Democrats vote for, instal and re-install the kinds of politicians who make Chicago and Illinois the most corrupt city and state in America. So, why should we expect that American Democrats will care a fig about the stories that reveal that Hunter Biden and possibly his father, Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe... Read more »
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A frightening glimpse of a future Biden administration

Reporter: ““Don’t the voters deserve to know where you stand on [packing the Supreme Court]?” Joe Biden: “No, they don’t deserve [to know]….” Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden had already given voters the middle finger by his non-answer to the question of whether he supports–as do so many of his party’s colleagues–turning the court over... Read more »

Biden's contemptible message to voters and the media: It's none of your business.

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is echoing the immortal Nancy Pelosi’s quote about Obamacare:  “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it, away from the fog of the controversy.” Astonishingly and unforgivably Biden said we would have to wait until after the election to find out his position on packing the  Supreme... Read more »

As the presidential debate degenerated into an ugly fight over style, Trump blew it

This is exactly what I feared would happen in the presidential debate as I said in an earlier post, “If Trump keeps talking like this he will lose the election”: Trump is pigheaded enough to ignore any smart advice, convinced as he always has been that his “unbelievable,” “strong” and “incredible” talent will carry the day. In the meantime,... Read more »
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Why so little about foreign policy in the presidential debate?

Maybe I dozed off during the presidential debate’s deep dive into foreign policy (highly unlikely during the nasty interruptions). The nearly total absence of a discussion about some of the most important issues facing the United States was a serious disappointment for me. For me, the question is whether America will retreat behind literal and figurative... Read more »
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