Monthly Archives: February 2016

Clinton Wins Overwhelming Victory in South Carolina

No big surprise Saturday as Hillary Clinton cruised to an overwhelming victory against Bernie Sanders in the South Carolina primary. The win was reaffirming, but the percentages are what sent ripples across the fields of both parties. Clinton secured 73 … Continue reading

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The Republican Debate Gets Testy as Super Tuesday Nears

Choke artists, liars, con artists, oh my! Sounds like the next contestants on Judge Judy – but no these were the insults and┬ámaturity level on display Thursday night as the Republicans gathered in Houston, Texas, for their party’s 10th presidential … Continue reading

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Smoked Pork Loin for Mid-week Meal

Putting dinner together is always challenging when cooking for five. Our sixth and seventh graders are just hitting their eating stride, and picking up speed fast. One way to prepare a couple entree items at one time for use over … Continue reading

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Trump Stampedes to Victory in Nevada

It appears voters are more than ever falling in love with the idea of Donald Trump rolling to the White House and supposedly bringing his supporters along for the ride to the land of where billionaires roam. With the Trump … Continue reading

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Victories in South Carolina and Nevada Solidify Trump and Clinton

It was just one day. The Republicans had a primary in South Carolina and the Democrats ran a caucus in Nevada. Neither are big states, yet both sent defining messages to each party’s fields Saturday with solid victories by Donald … Continue reading

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South Carolina Can Reset the Republican Race for President

Today residents in South Carolina cast their ballots in the state’s Republican primary and all eyes will be on whether the results reshuffle the GOP race. Donald Trump is the presumptive frontrunner, but will his ragged debate performance and Twitter … Continue reading

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Ex-Gov. Grasping with Attempt at Preventing kynect Closure

Former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear announced the formation last week of a tax-exempt organization to raise awareness about the impending demise of kynect, Kentucky’s locally-grown outlet of Obamacare, by new Republican Gov. Matt Bevin. The bipartisan organization, “Save Kentucky Healthcare,” … Continue reading

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