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Donald Trump’s refusal to concede to, or cooperate with, President-elect Joe Biden continues to keep the nation on edge. No one can be quite sure what Trump may next attempt to hold power. Some Americans express fear of military interference. Won’t happen. Granted, the president serves as commander-in-chief. Presidential authority includes appointing and removing military…

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Carolyn had mixed thoughts about all the Americans celebrating Joe Biden’s presidential win. I didn’t. It’s a matter of walking and chewing gum at the same time. After the media called the election for Biden, crowds filled the streets of many of our cities. They were ecstatic. If you’ve read my posts, you know we…

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Monday: Trying to ignore hoopla. Glad federal court rejected Republican claims to disqualify 127,000 drop-off votes in Texas’ Harris County (Houston). Not first decision to go against Trump. Maybe nation’s courts as well as state, county and municipal governments will uphold right to vote in peace . . . Bedtime: Trump commented that the Supreme…

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Recently, I completed a short story, “Mirror, Mirror,” a fable about a middle-manager for a political polling firm. Griffin (ask me about his name), is objective and detached not just professionally but personally. He struggles to make a decision about even the smallest things. With the presidential election at hand, some Americans can’t make a…

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I suspect that if Joe Biden wins the presidential election, a hue and cry will arise from the far left that will impact everything from the monuments in Washington D.C. to the Hebrew Bible. The seeds have been planted here in San Francisco. The school board proposes to rename 44 schools, including Washington High and…

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