Trump sees the protection of Americans from a pandemic as "a worse choice" than having a weakened economy that denies him re-election. So he is bravely winding up for a pitch to demand that "nature be allowed to run its course" in the killing of 11 million Americans by COVIC-19.
Of the debates I have watched, I was not impressed. The message must be around how they will defeat Trump* restore and shore up our democratic process by making sure our election process is strongly resistant to foreign interference.
Our electoral system in this country is shot full of holes. It is unstable, unreliable, and fragile. It is extremely vulnerable. It is unconstitutional because it is unfair.
Why is Bloomberg saying now that revealing his tremendously complicated taxes would reveal his, "secret sauce," the secret to how he made his fortune, when he has always said that it was an open secret?
Here we are today with only around 3% of delegates decided (yes logicians, that does mean there are 97% of delegates yet to be awarded), and the candidates that are really winning this primary are Chicken Little and The Hulk.
Many media pundits struggle with object permanence when it comes to the normal, reoccurring process of primaries. Instead of a primary having trust falls and drum circles, the candidates are now actually criticizing each other so they can convince voters why they should be the nominee instead of any of the others. So they can run against Trump. Why is it so hard for them to see that 2 comes after 1?
I think that I can shed a little light on what happened in Iowa. And provide a solution or at least a framework for one.
We're having a special edition of Vox Populi tonight to coincide with the Democratic Debate that starts at 8:00pm EST/ 5:00pm PST. So Vox Populi, our weekly live chat, will accompany the debate and start at the same time but feel free to join us early or at the usual 7:00pm PST time. We'll be here, watching and commenting live on tonight's important debate!
In a rather odd corner of philosophy lives a strange creature of the mind. We call him, "the Ghost Within the Machine." The idea has been around for ages (since Descartes), and in many different forms. Now, we usually use the words to refer to how computers seem to sometimes do unexpected things, that the designers and planners, or users, never imagined.
Why do Republicans appear to be playing an all-in, "Doomsday" game. Is there no tomorrow, Mitch?