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IMPEACHMENT – Big Risk for Democrats

By admin / December 16, 2019

The House vote on impeaching Trump may be the stake through the heart of the Democratic Party. Most of the people newly elected were extremely left and they remain vulnerable when they barely made it to Congress, like AOC whose approval rating is just 31%. This will be a test for the moderates v the […]

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British Elections are a Warning to Democrats

By admin / December 16, 2019

  I have been warning that our computer has been projecting the decline and fall of socialism. Moreover, we have pointed out that the Democrats are actually in a long-term protracted bear market and ever since the first election of FDR in the Great Depression, they have been making lower highs and deeper lows. That […]

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FBI, Comey & Hillary – The Model Couple of Integrity

By admin / December 16, 2019

James Comey is now trying to “cover his ass” after being confronted by the Inspector General Michael Horowitz who found that the FBI’s handling of FISA applications for warrants against a former Trump campaign official was sloppy, to put it mildly. Comey had to admit: “He’s right, I was wrong” on Fox News Sunday. He […]

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Trump Impeachment – Here we go!

By admin / December 15, 2019

Trump is just the fourth president in the history of the United States to have articles of impeachment get this far. Of course, this is really just politics as evident by the party-line vote. With Nixon, there were votes on the issue that did not follow the party-line. This will be remembered as perhaps the […]

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AOC’s Major Accomplishment

By admin / December 15, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in her home district seems to have only a 31% approval rating. Her outright disapproval rating is 44% among Democrats (77% among Republicans) according to Siena College poll. It will be very interesting to see her status in the 2020 elections. she may end up as a one-time wonder. That means we may […]

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The British Elections & US 2020 Election

By admin / December 13, 2019

There has always been a very interesting correlation between British politics and American. Margaret Thatcher became Prime Minister on the 4th of May 1979. Ronald Reagan was elected on November 4, 1980. The BREXIT referendum took place on the 23rd of June 2016. Donald Trump was elected on November 8, 2016. The political trends have […]

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The British Election – Socialists Lose Big Time

By admin / December 13, 2019

Conservatives are now in full control of Parliament, and Britain took one major step closer to leaving the European Union. The socialist Jeremy Corbyn said he would not lead the Labour Party in another election. All the hype about socialism and how they have been so vocal has resulted in what our computer has been […]

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Republics & the Death of Democracy Drowning in Corruption

By admin / December 12, 2019

COMMENT: Martin, The Death of Democracy is alive and well here in Seattle. A statewide initiative I-976 to limit Washington car tabs to $30 has just passed with a large majority. In less than 24 hours Seattle’s mayor Jenny Durkan has already announced a lawsuit against it with support from King County Executive Dow Constantine. […]

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Impeachment Backlash

By admin / December 9, 2019

  You would think that the Democrats would have learned from the Clinton Impeachment that the people do not support such nonsense. The Democrats have done nothing to help the country. All they have done is obstruct everything possible and have become pro-impeachment radicals who do nothing, but are paid not to do a job. […]

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German Politics

By admin / December 4, 2019

QUESTION: Hi Martin, It can not be said enough: thank you for everything that you do. I have a question that has been bothering me for some time now. I haven’t had the time to compose it until now. You often talk of the fact that Hitler was elected with only 30% of the vote, […]

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