Monthly Archives: February 2016

Outsiders Win in New Hampshire

Results in the New Hampshire primaries Tuesday night validated the anger and anxiety being felt by voters across America, as Sen. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump earned historic wins. Only two states have voted in the presidential nominating process thus … Continue reading

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Iowa serves its purpose to thin the herd – bring on New Hampshire

Hats off to the voters of Iowa. After a year of blather from candidates across the board in both parties, it took the Iowa Caucuses, the nation’s first presidential nominating contest, to hone the focus of the campaign and clear … Continue reading

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Kentucky Wildcats Thump Florida 80-61

It’s always a pleasure to visit Rupp Arena, the Cathedral of college basketball. My brother scored tickets to the Florida game, so we ventured into downtown Lexington Saturday for the 4PM contest. Anymore all of Lexington has a blue hue … Continue reading

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