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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Now for something different. Many of the blog entries poster here are medium-long in comprising two-three thousand words each. Interest in the 2016 presidential campaign and media coverage has been...
That moment the most loyal Trump fans have feared and prayed against may have come this week in Florida. Is Trump just play-acting a role? The idiomatic phrase  “the worm...
After a two-week vacation from presidential primaries, we watched as New York voted yesterday, April 19. The polls closed at 9 PM eastern time, and the Republican race was promptly...
Thug: Background for Selecting the Word It has taken some time to resolve the proper definition of the first title word for this blog post. I had a pretty settled...
Dateline: Boston, Massachusetts, April 13, 2016 Researchers have announced pre-publication results from a study of a new medical condition discovered over the last year. A collaborative group of scientists and medical...
Donald Trump, still smarting from his campaign’s recent poor showing in Colorado and elsewhere in securing delegates according to the published RNC rules, has doubled down on his sore-loser rants....
  Trump’s New Man in Town The Trump campaign hired Paul Manafort as some kind of campaign manager around March 15 of this year (Week 11). The New York Times...
That Was The Week That Was (TW3) That Was The Week That Was.* The week of March 28 ­– April 3 2016. Week 13 was not a good one for...
I was listening to NPR’s Weekend Edition this morning, hoping they would have a story about the upcoming Wisconsin Primary to be held on Tuesday, April 5th. Trump is facing...
  What is Past is Prologue William Shakespeare, The Tempest   (Act 2, Scene 1)   From the Wikipedia entry: In contemporary use, the phrase stands for the idea that history...