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Monday, April 19, 2021

With McCain voters should consider odds of Alzheimer’s as they should with any candidate

The fact of the matter is that as we age, the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease increase. There are relatively simple, if time consuming, psychological tests to increase the accuracy of predicting one’s odds. I was given a half hour version of the test on the phone before I could get long term health care insurance. Is such a test part of McCain’s public medical record?

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Censorship, the last refuge of cowards

I haven’t ever posted an article on this site, but there’s a first and a last for everything.

When a website solicits comments on their articles and then censors them because they don’t agree with the content, one has to wonder what the exchange really is.

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Olbermann: The mouth that bored

Keith Olbermann, MSNBC’s pied piper of partisan political punditry, may be starting to wear thin with the very people who made him a star — the political left wing.

After trumpeting a meaningless ratings win over right-wing Fox News blowhard Bill O’Reilly, who was on vacation, Olbermann’s tiresome self-promotion act went into overdrive.

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