Minimalist wrote:I suspect Hancock has learned, as Trump clearly knows, that you can never go broke underestimating the intelligence of the American populace.
min, dealing with the impact hazard has been done on a bi-partisan basis, as were a number of other problems that faced this nation when I lived in DC and worked as a reporter there.
I particularly despise the attack politics which have come to the fore, and many fine public servants on both sides of the aisle have left town because of it.
I lay this phenomenon at Newt Gingrich, Roger Stone, and Rush Limbaugh's feet.
I am awaiting the forensics of the hacked Podesta emails' distribution, and the technical analysis of the hack.
I believe Roger Baker and Victoria Nuland may have been involved, particularly in the Bengazi affair,
which reminds me of Whitewater affair
- a general fishiing expedition, but one in which you know beforehand exactly what you are going to catch .
Given my reporting background, and the severe nature of the issues I reported on,
ususally I am not very partisan, but I will point out to you that your analysis of Trump's appeal is mistaken.
He is speaking very directly about issues that many US citizens are very concerned about.
IBut i my view, his analysis of how they came to be is seriously flawed.
As Gov. Kasich here in Ohio has pointed out repeatedly, Trump has no positive plans to solve them.
I am also of the opinion that Kasich did not get fair media coverage during the campaign for the nomination.
As this is a board about archaeology, could we please keep Trump out of it, unless it affects archaeological issues?
Here in Ohio, as we can see from the news,
Brad Lepper has just removed the Huron from their homes near Sandusky,
despite the artifacts showing their presence here from 10,850 BCE and before,
and despite the artifacts showing their presence on both sides of Lake Erie.
The frustration of many Ohioans with OHS is pretty much bi-partisan.
Theoretically, any political system is supposed to solve the problems facing the people living in it.
Usually people believe what they want to believe until reality intrudes.