Category Archives: Elections

POV Potpourri

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A potpourri of items from the web and in the news, with some (let’s hope) pertinent comments upon them:

First up, Chicago Mayor Lightfoot spends long minutes quibbling with a reporter because he called violence in her city last summer “race riots.” After excoriating him for his opinion that these were race riots, she then admonished him for criticizing her own opinion, false though it may be, that 99.9% of criticism thrown her way is only because she’s black, female, (and lesbian). So reporters don’t have a “right” to critique her opinions but she seems to believe that she has a right to critique theirs. Different strokes!

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Is Al Blackening?

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What is up with Al Gore? On the left is Al while conceding for the second time that he lost the 2000 election. On the right is Al as he apparently looks today, 21 years later.

Al came out the other day to complain that President Trump won’t concede the 2020 election, but there’s a YUGE reason why President Trump won’t concede: He did NOT lose, and Gore DID lose.

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Yes, We Do, Mr. President

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With the long Memorial Day weekend coming up, just as America is opening up again, just as people are doffing those masks, preparing to take road trips to gather once again with family and friends, the Biden Administration has deliberately gifted us with the highest gas prices in years. Actually, the highest prices since the last time Biden was part of an administration. They say, “elections have consequences.”

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And the Answer Is …

Our last post asked whether we would still have a constitutional Republic after January 6, 2021. The answer is

Who the hell knows?

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Today is the Day …

that we learn whether we still live in a constitutional republic and …
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Questions and Puzzles


Patrick Basham has written an excellent article that raises unanswered questions about the “puzzling” results of the recent election. Following is a summary of key points, but do read the entire piece to digest his very logical analysis.

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The Lawyers Speak

Time for President Trump and We the People to have our day in court. Today, the lawyers for the plaintiffs present their opening statement to the public. Soon enough, we learn whether or not we still have a democratic republic with equal justice under the law and not a banana republic. This is as serious as it gets. Watch …
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The Steal Is On

And he’s still in the way, despite the lie that Joe Biden (some say Kamala Harris) is “president-elect.”
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E-Day 2020

Presidential Election Day 2020 dawns. This will be perhaps the most important election in our lifetimes, if not the lifetime of our most-precious Republic. 

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1776 – 2020

If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.

(Samuel Adams, speech at the Philadelphia State House, August 1, 1776.)
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