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- Pence bails on event with Ryan… GOP Senators & House Members call for Trump to quit… Trump: ‘Zero chance I’ll quit’
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- Have we reached the natural limit to the human lifespan?
- Mike Pence is the presidential candidate Republicans wish they had
- Cord-never? Loyal cable subscriber? Either way, content creators want your attention
- 7 Things Successful Entrepreneurs Never Do
- Here’s How Quantum Computing Will Change The World
- The formative years: How did Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump become who they are today?
- The first Trump-Clinton presidential debate transcript, annotated
- As a Senator, Hillary Clinton Got Along With the GOP. Could She Do So as President?
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- For Trump-Clinton Debate, The Biggest Rules Are Secret
- Why isn’t Hillary Clinton 50 points ahead — or even 10 points ahead?
- 17 ‘Internet Of Things’ facts you should know
- There’s Nothing Better Than a Scared, Rich Candidate
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- Who does the public trust less, Clinton or Trump?
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- The ransomware dilemma: Is paying up a good idea?
- Did fracking really awaken Oklahoma’s sleeping fault lines?
- Is History Repeating in the 2016 Campaign?
- Joe Trippi: Weird Deaniac?
- Surprise: Donald Trump wants to make up his own delegate-selection rules
- Erdoğan and Putin: The Game of Thrones
- Key women are abandoning Donald Trump
- Could being profane bring Trump down?
- The Joe Biden I Know
- While we were paying attention to Donald Trump …
- The GOP Debate: Who Won? Who Lost?
- Pollster Frank Luntz sums up the shortcomings of some of the GOP candidates
- Ever notice how Swedes use humor to express important concepts?
- Social Security is called “the third rail of American politics” for a reason: Touch it and you die.
- Rand Paul campaign expects contributions to “increase big.” So is this about political fundraising or national security?
- From Decoration Day to Memorial Day: A Fractious but Very American Journey
- I lost two good and long-time friends today: Jim Brady and Gene Callahan
- Obama doesn’t seem to know how to be president
- A tale of two Virginias
- The Manipulator: Psychological Profile of Ukrainian President Yanukovich
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- Chris Christie and Bridgegate: Just one email away from destruction
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Ken Feltman’s #PoliticalHumorMy Tweets
Monthly Archives: May 2011
By Ken Feltman originally published in Politico A woman who chaired a key federal commission and our spouses discussed this some years ago. She was less disgusted with men than amazed at men’s recklessness. Each of us knew people in … Continue reading
by Ken Feltman Anticipate the difficult by managing the easy. – Lao Tzu Recently, a Russian friend told me that Europeans are especially good at dwelling on other people’s problems while Russians and Americans are especially good at dwelling on … Continue reading
– Ken Feltman Partisan Democrats and Republicans attacked my article about independent voter disenchantment with President Obama and potential Republican challengers. The most common complaint was that the research was wrong. Others blamed the independent voters. “You listened to the … Continue reading
by Michael Granger Long on the scene, Al Sharpton has risen to unprecedented heights as a civil rights leader and activist. He is now the official Black leader designated by the Democratic Party to rally support for the President’s re-election. … Continue reading
by Ken Feltman Never make predictions, especially about the future. – Casey Stengel Partisan Democrats and Republicans have a difficult time understanding independent or swing voters. Voters in the middle of the political spectrum pay less attention to politics than … Continue reading