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Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Contrary to Popular Belief…

The 2004 national elections were the most accurate of modern times with nearly 99 percent of all ballots cast registering a vote for president, according to a new study by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission.

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Everything Old Is New Again

It’s been noted that people tend to fall into one of two categories: those who divide everything into two categories and those who don’t. In that spirit I propose that orthodox political thought always reflects one of two fallacies: that everything used to be better or that everything will be better in the future.

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Passing the Buck

This week in Washington, the Federal Fandango is again in full swing. It looks a lot like The Hucklebuck — “Wiggle like a snake/ Wobble like a duck/ That’s the way you do it when you do The Hucklebuck.” Except the new Federal Fandango is not about huckling the buck, but passing it.

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Bush’s Depression: Been There, Reported That

Depressed and demoralized White House staffers say working at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is “life in a hellhole” as they try to deal with a sullen, moody President whose temper tantrums drive staffers crying from the room and bring the business of running the country to a halt.

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