Biden: Will You Still Love Me When I’m 86?

Will it be Trump vs. Biden in 2024? Joe Biden is currently 80 years old and would be 86 by the end of a second term. Trump would be 82 by the end of a second term. Reagan, the prior record holder, left office at 77. Republican candidate Asa Hutchinson and Democrat candidates, Maryann Williamson,Continue reading “Biden: Will You Still Love Me When I’m 86?”

I Take National Secrets Seriously. The Garage was LOCKED, Damnit!

Hopefully, by now you are aware President Biden took classified materials from the White House to three different locations after his term as VP ended. One of the locations was his home garage (a LOCKED garage, mind you), next to the president’s prized Corvette. Fun Corvette fact: The 1967 Stingray can lose 60 classified documentsContinue reading “I Take National Secrets Seriously. The Garage was LOCKED, Damnit!”

Arizona Election Trial. Will Justice Prevail Eventually?

Executive Summary This past November, the Arizona JV led by the inexperienced freshman and total novice Katie Hobbs scored a surprising win over the more experienced Arizona Varsity led by the highly touted (but over-rated) Kari Lake. Hobbs father, known as Big Daddy Hobbs, the lead official in this contest, scoffed at suspicions raised byContinue reading “Arizona Election Trial. Will Justice Prevail Eventually?”

More Like Mark Robinson, Less Like Mitt Romney

Executive Summary (warning: may contain sarcasm): Senator Mitt Romney was asked to define the term flip-flop: “Voters in Utah elected me to the Senate four years ago, but I couldn’t get elected as dog catcher in Utah now. You see, the voters have flip flopped on me. I blame Donald Trump. He has challenged theContinue reading “More Like Mark Robinson, Less Like Mitt Romney”

Twitter Dumps: Corruption Revealed

White House Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre said the release of Twitter’s past misdeeds by new Twitter Chief Elon Musk is “full of old news”. Specifically, Jean-Pierre said censorship of the 2020 Hunter Biden laptop story is a “distraction” from the rise in anti-Semitic rhetoric on Twitter. The speculation about Hunter Biden and his laptop hasContinue reading “Twitter Dumps: Corruption Revealed”

When There are no Consequences, the Corruption Continues

Since last week’s post on the 2022 mid-terms Mid-term-2022-takeaways, we now know the not to be believed results in Arizona along with a few other items of note. Why Did Republicans Disappoint? Republicans did not do as well as expected in part because of kingmakers like Mitch McConnell didn’t put the money he controlled inContinue reading “When There are no Consequences, the Corruption Continues”

Mid-Term (2022) Takeaways

Republicans should indeed be disappointed with the 2022 mid-term results and Democrats are rightly thankful they dodged a bullet, but nonetheless the Democrats will lose control of the House of Representatives and control of the Senate is still in question. Let’s dig deeper into the impact. Democrat’s Fortunes President Biden was asked what he willContinue reading “Mid-Term (2022) Takeaways”

Will the Real Election Deniers Please Stand up?

Much has been made of President Trump’s “Stop the Steal” movement and his willingness to contest the results of the 2020 election right up until Biden entered office. But what about others who have made countless similar claims since Al Gore lost to George W Bush by 502 votes in Florida? Maybe Trump’s case forContinue reading “Will the Real Election Deniers Please Stand up?”

Quid Pro Quo: Trump Impeached for it. Why not Biden?

President Biden is clearly not in charge. Handlers guide him through each day; he has cheat notes for unscripted interviews and press conferences; he often blurts out the quiet part about doing what “they” told him to do or not to do; he often speaks incoherently, and often wanders off into nowhere. The 25th amendmentContinue reading “Quid Pro Quo: Trump Impeached for it. Why not Biden?”

Mid-Term (2022) Election Preview

As I am a computer nerd and math geek, I enjoy watching the horse races along with breaking down and analyzing the election numbers. The election is soon enough now to make a few safe projections and speculate on the possible outcomes. We can definitively say most races are not competitive. Even still, I wouldContinue reading “Mid-Term (2022) Election Preview”