A Letter and a Column to ReadHere’s a letter I submitted to the Palm Beach Post a few days before the Trump Government Shutdown was temporarily ended when the President allowed Senate G.O.P. leader McConnell to bring the necessary appropriations bill to a vote. That is probably why it won’t be published. But, who knows, it might become pertinent again if the Shutdown returns in the near future. Anyhow, here is the letter:
Thoughts on the Shutdown and More
|Shutting Down the Government|
|Border fencing as it exists today|
The Democrats have never been against that and it would enable the President to tell his base that he got his “wall.” It will be up to the Democrats, of course, to decide whether or not to allow the President to emerge from negotiations wth that “plum,” which would be now shrunken to a prune. They will have their price, so look for some immigration reform measures as well, including guaranteeing the status of the “dreamers” and those here on a temporary basis to be part of any agreement.
|"He didn't but even if he did, it's no crime."|
had to say in Federalist Papers Numbers 47 and 51. Every member of both houses of Congress should be required to read it and if they don't, be assigned to bathroom clean-up duties until they do. (I recognize that the Federalist Papers are beyond the ability of a good number of members of Congress to understand, but they could have a staff member provide a summary for them.)
Because Nance comes from the world of intelligence operations, these facts are sometimes visible and connectible with each other only by those versed in the skills necessary in that field, but that’s the way intelligence operates. (It isn’t a matter of “two plus two equals four.” Rather, it’s more like “2.52 plus 1.34 plus .09 equals 3.95” and that’s close enough to “four” for some conclusions to be drawn.)
The race for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination has started. A few hats have already been tossed into the ring.
The 2020 Election
Keep your eyes on her as well as on Elizabeth Warren, Julian Castro, Michael Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Sherrod Brown and even Amy Kolbuchar. Forget about Bernie and Hillary. One thing for certain, one of the spots on the Democratic ticket will be filled by a woman.
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