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The Most Important Object

On one of my many visits to the white house, I started musing to myself about an object that I imagined was of most importance to me and every other individual by extension. 655 more words

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The Accident

It all started with a big bang. But no one asks, who set it off? In my mind’s eye, I picture the big man set off a hand grenade and throw it into space and bang! 575 more words

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Third Party Politics, 12-8-2019, #1

With the filing deadline for the Libertarian presidential primaries passed, the two most notable absences from the candidate list also happen to be the most potentially viable candidates. 284 more words

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2020 Senatorial Election Predictions, 12-2-2019 to 12-8-2019

Predictably, given the ongoing holiday season, there hasn’t been that much relating to political news compared to Autumn. Considering the past few weeks have been rather slow and my holiday season has been starting up, there hasn’t been as much content posted as usual. 684 more words

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The House Always Wins, 12-2-2019 to 12-8-2019

For Republicans hoping to reclaim the House in 2020, there has been a mixed bag of news. While I won’t spoil everything in the introduction, the results of this week hint slightly more at Republican pick-ups while the Democrats hold the overall edge to retain control of the House. 513 more words

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The Grand Map, Senate, 12-8-2019

There are several filing deadlines that have passed, most notably in Illinois and, tomorrow, Texas. North Carolina’s deadline will pass on the 20th, while Alabama and Arkansas have already since passed. 659 more words

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The Grand Map, The Hammer, 12-8-2019

The results of the 2019 Attorney General races were disastrous to Democrats, who were hoping to defend one or both of their seats in Kentucky and Mississippi. 558 more words

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