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  1. lol! But seriously, I wonder if Biden is going to be grilled on this in the next debate. While Jorge Ramos is probably no fan of Trump, at least he's an honest journalist. Maybe the reason so many reporters in Mexico have been murdered over the past several years is that they're not afraid to do real investigative journalism, unlike the feckless hacks we have who are basically stenographers for the DNC. By throwing nothing but softball questions at the candidates they're not doing them any favors when the nominee will face Trump. As for Bloomberg, I understand that if he gets 10% support in a poll in the next couple of days he'll be eligible to participate in the upcoming debate. I hope that happens.
  2. you can't make this stuff up. The double standard is not surprising, but it cannot be more blatant at this point
  3. what started out as a small Mexican butcher, grocer and seasonal outdoor taqueria (one of Painesville's best), La Casita is soon set to open a full restaurant, not far from its original location, still literally on the "wrong" side of the tracks--I should know, this is my old hood--lol. Just steps from the Painesville Railroad Museum--tacos and trains
  4. who could possibly think this was serious?
  5. what, no Valentine's Day greetings today? Too much sentimentality?
  6. Painesville Police seek historic photos. Does this include donut shops?
  7. yes, and I clearly mentioned Iowa in my original post which you conveniently chose not to address in your reply
  8. apparently The NY Times doesn't know what it's talking about either. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/09/us/politics/iowa-caucuses-turnout-democrats.html
  9. this is one reason a lot of moderate voters are going to be leery of supporting the Democratic nominee. The party has shifted so far to the left that it's unrecognizable as being mainstream anymore by large parts of the electorate
  10. There's been endless speculation as to why there hasn't been more participation in the Iowa caucuses and the NH primary. Does it just reflect a lack of enthusiasm for the available candidates? (although that would be enough reason). No, it could be that after three years, people are in fact better off, and they're smart enough to see through the media propaganda that's shoveled out on a daily basis. I suspect many moderate Democrats are going to gravitate toward Trump in November. More in U.S. Say They Are Better Off Than in Past Elections https://news.gallup.com/poll/285593/say-better-off-past-elections.aspx?utm_source=alert&utm_medium=email&utm_content=morelink&utm_campaign=syndication "Trump Given More Credit Than Obama for Economic Improvements Sixty-two percent give Trump a great deal or fair amount of credit for improvement in the state of the economy in the past few years -- more than the 51% giving former President Barack Obama the same level of credit."
  11. I'm sure he just made it up off the top of his head
  12. How many times have we heard over the past few years how divided we are ideologically, how no one is capable of carrying on a civil conversation? Frankly I'm sick and tired of the "bothsidesism" (if that's the right term to use here) always suggested by this observation. Time and time again it's obvious 99% of the hatred and intolerance is being generated by one side--
  13. as an example of how much the Toronto area is growing, a major new development is planned for Brampton, Ontario, a suburban city about 25 miles away (about the distance from Cleveland to Mentor), which will replace an old mall called Shoppers World. My sister has lived in the area since the 60's and I remember going to this mall when it first opened. Brampton in the 60's had about 40K pop. It's now almost 600K https://www.blogto.com/real-estate-toronto/2019/11/shoppers-world-brampton/
  14. an update on the changing nature of Cleveland area malls
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