While the polls are unlikely to show much movement from last Friday’s Comeymania™ (no, srsly, they’re not–polls do always tighten somewhat in the last weeks of a campaign, but that’s it), Sec. Clinton has gone on the offensive in a way that many people felt she should have done some
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So you end up following things you don’t entirely expect, and one of those, at the beginning of this year, was the biggest bank in Puerto Rico, Popular Inc. (BPOP). Having had some exposure to the overall situation in the commonwealth by my positions in some bond insurers, which are
So since there’s nothing new to talk about again, but I’m trying to do something every day, let’s go to the videotape. In the last three presidential elections, and you may not know this, but the Democratic candidate has actually outperformed the polls, after previous underperformance.
Two years and six weeks ago, we lost the love of our lives, an eighteen-year-old, withered-legged cancer survivor (three years!) chihuahua-terrier mix formally known as Mr. President, but at home Hot Diggity
Well, yes, since you ask, it is Trafalgar Day, and how better to celebrate it than with one of Maurice Gibb’s greatest moments? The pièce de résistance of the group’s “Sad Beatles” Era, the best John Lennon song John Lennon never wrote, and one of my fave rave Bee
No matter what you think about Kasich, and there are any number of things you can think about him, spend 30 seconds listening to him answer the question on rigged elections on CBS News this morning. Please.
“Saying all these elections are rigged and all these votes are stolen is like
Courtesy, as ever, Princeton Election Consortium
Sam Wang’s right. This really is a remarkably stable race. Even Obama/Romney ’12 had more variability, and that one seemed like the
Sam Wang’s new take on people’s take, courtesy Princeton Election Consortium.
This, this, a thousand million kaskillion times