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An optimist’s take on chaos and the GOP

Remember when, in the early morning of November 9, 2016, my brother responded to my despair with, “Don’t worry. It’ll be fun?” Well, no. Of course you don’t remember — although I have mentioned it. ⇑ Regardless, what’s going on … Continue reading

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The glass is 52.4 percent full

This is how an optimist is looking at this week’s election. But even an optimist cannot help grumbling over the 47.6 percent. WTF?! Why? Maybe because, as Harper’s Weekly Review disclosed, “44 percent of voters believe that the government is … Continue reading

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Bizarre and hilarious facts from Harper’s Weekly Review

How many times did I laugh? And/or wince? Uncountable. You too should have this pleasure, ergo… You Think Our Country Is Bad? Department •Two days after losing an election, Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, who said that a congresswoman was too … Continue reading

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