Mon, 11 January 2016
David Waldman presents hodgepodge Monday, to bring us up-to-date, and back-in-gear for the week:
Greg Dworkin points out that as we go under 300 days from Nov 7, 2016, polling will become more precise, reaching nearly 100% accuracy in the days following the election.
As photogenic terrorists seize US installations, a super-racist super PAC pitches for Trump. Trump is happy to push us off a precipice we appear to be building for ourselves. Is it the year of the angry white women? Rubio and Cruz still hope to get some pandering in, as they fight for that coveted 3rd place win. It would all be so less concerning if we only knew who was really going to vote.
No Labels labels people that join their club “Problem Solvers”.
David wonders if Donald Trump has got something there with Ted Cruz’s citizenship, because of his lack of “CRBA”, or Consular Report of Birth Abroad. David also looks at the Netflix series Making a Murder from a process and procedure angle.
Today it’ll be about Ricky Gervais and David Bowie. Here are both.