Super Tuesday in 350 Words or Less


The story on Super Tuesday, was Joe Biden.  A candidate who’s candidacy was just a  forgone conclusion a week ago .  No wins, no money, no ground game!  As of this post, Joe Biden has won nine states.  He won in states where he didn’t campaign or spend advertising dollars. Bernie Sanders won three states.Continue reading “Super Tuesday in 350 Words or Less”

The Adult in the Room, Exits


Where in the hell is South Bend, Indiana? Boota-what? Gay? Yes, we’ve elected Obama, but Gay.? On April 14, 2019, 37 year old Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg announced he was running for the President of the United States of America. Becoming the first openly homosexual , to run for the office. Buttigieg’s resume is veryContinue reading “The Adult in the Room, Exits”

Black Appeal SOUTH CAROLINA


It’s the BIG TEST, now who they think you are? For nearly 30 years no Democrat have received the keys to the White House without the support of the black voter. Black people make up over 60% of the Democratic Party in The Palmetto State. This is first the big test of the six candidatesContinue reading “Black Appeal SOUTH CAROLINA”

The Great Race (Part 5)


Candidates from L to R : Amy Klobuchar, Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders,     Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, Beto O’Rourke, Julian Castro      Thursday night debate@ Texas Southern University, Houston Texas There are still over twenty Democratic candidates vying to be the next President of the United States. The topContinue reading “The Great Race (Part 5)”

Democrats: Its Trump!


Republicans do it better! The GOP does a better job at protecting themselves. In the primaries they inflect damage to their opponents, they don’t go for the kill. Democrats, go for they kill. Some would say they eat their young. When the remaining Democrats hit the debate stage in Houston. I hope they remember whoContinue reading “Democrats: Its Trump!”

“The Great Race:Detroit (1st night)


  Fun stuff, a ton of Democrats a jockeying for position.  To get that one sound bite that may extend their candidacy until next debate. Last night, there were some surprises, however the most of the candidates who needed a hit from the Miami debates struck out.  Beto O’Rourke, an early favorite isn’t likely toContinue reading ““The Great Race:Detroit (1st night)”

Who is the next John McCain?


I never followed the Career the Arizona Senator,  I knew of his heroism and didn’t agree with his conservatism.  But he was a gentleman.  We’ve all seen him tell a supporter  who said she didn’t trust his opponent ,Barack Obama  because he was an Arab and Muslim , McCain response was no ma’am. He’s aContinue reading “Who is the next John McCain?”

Dakota Pipeline: Too Hot For Hillary and Donald?


Picure:Politico As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton spar over African Americans, Hispanics and medical records.  Real issues are taking place all over the the country. Transfer Partners, a Texas based company is constructing a pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois.  The Dakota Access is a 1,170-mile pipeline that would, at peak capacity, deliver up to 570,000Continue reading “Dakota Pipeline: Too Hot For Hillary and Donald?”

It’s down to two choices Skippy or Jif


A LOT OF PEOPLE ALL OVER THE COUNTRY ARE UNHAPPY WITH ONE OF THE TWO PEOPLE we have to choose from this November. If your familiar with politics this happens EVERY four years. Two basic choices, there are other candidates running for President, but the system IS rigged. Most Americans will choose Skippy or Jif.Continue reading “It’s down to two choices Skippy or Jif”

Heartbroken in Philadelphia


He was someone who spoke to them , directly to them not at them.  Politicians typically direct their message to the tried and true,the middle aged and older voters who regularly participate in the process Young voters aren’t solid voters. They rarely come out in large numbers . They can’t relate to preserving social security,Continue reading “Heartbroken in Philadelphia”