Who will be Trump’s VP?

Elliot Schroeder Elliot Schroeder 4 Comments

What calculations go into a Vice President pick? Ben Carson, may have weighed in during his short time on the vetting team. Over the past few campaigns, VPs weren’t picked on their ability to succeed the Presidential candidate but to add credibility to the ticket. Here are a few reasons why VPs were picked in past elections: The Uniter. Ronald …

Trump Fights like ISIS

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If you’re looking for an article calling Trump a terrorist, look elsewhere. This is a quick analysis of how Trump’s political campaign echoes a lot of the “guerrilla” asymmetric tactics ISIS has had in its own conflict. Their ideologies are vastly different, but in the information age there appears to be successful strategies people can employ. Here are just two: …

We’re All RINOs Now

Elliot Schroeder Elliot Schroeder 4 Comments

Cruz is out, Kasich is far behind. Trump is the presumptive nominee. Love him or hate him, one thing is for sure he’s not the Republican of the past. He’s never held office. He’s the most “outsider” of any candidate since Wendell Willkie. Either in the primary or in the past he has been all over on the GOP platform …

Yahoo’s missed opportunity

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Yahoo is dying. The Sunnyvale, CA company is being approached by buy out suitors.  It has long been the forgotten search site, mail site, news site, and whatever other site.   It’s been crowded out by Google and Facebook as the place people go online. They had a chance to reinvent themselves years ago.  But because it lives in the …

Personality trumps Policy

Elliot Schroeder Elliot Schroeder 13 Comments

With Trump heavily favored to be the GOP nominee, how will he be in the general? Most pundits assume the rhetoric we’ve heard in the primary will continue. By then Trump would know that he already won the GOP primary, he needs to get Independents and Democrats. Trump will change tone and focus on other issues. Supporters would argue that …

San Diegans Feel the Bern

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Bernie Sanders campaigned in San Diego yesterday (March 22). This is his only official stop in California on this trip. The event was free and open to the public, but admission was first come, first served. By mid-morning Monday his website had stopped accepting reservations. Unfortunately, for Bernie fans who missed it, I sense that the irony was missed. What …