US Senate

The US Senate is a problem, since it does not represent the people equally. After the 2020 election if the GOP still place party before country, we will be forced to seek a remedy. It will require a constitutional amendment and this is my suggestion.

Assign one Senator, not two, to each state while capping the Senate at 100 members. The remaining 50 Senators would be assigned to the states by population as determined by the census as is done for the House of Representatives. Currently California would receive six Senators, one plus five, Texas five, one plus four, Florida four, one plus three, and New York three, one plus two. All Senators would continue to serve six-year terms and be elected by their respective states at large, not from districts within the state. California would elect or re-elect two Senators every two years. This proposed change would not eliminate the disparity between small states and large, but it would greatly diminish it.

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Spelling

Donald Trump is a poor speller; he doesn’t care and we all know that. Let us skip criticizing his faux pas and keep the discussion on the important stuff: his work for Russia, his financial crimes and all the rest. Remember that the penalty for traitors is death while the penalty for a misspelled word is only possible ridicule. Trump may equate the two, but most of us don’t.

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I spy

When he was a youngster, Donald Trump found a junior spy decoder ring in his cereal. From that day forward, he vowed to become a spy when he grew up. The FBI and the CIA would not have him because of his low test scores and his bone spurs. Finally, he found a home in the KGB of the former Soviet Union. Through the twists and turns of history, he stayed on and now is employed by the FSB of the Russian Federation. His handler is Vladimir Putin who learned his craft recruiting spies in the former East Germany.

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The Dream Realized: Driving My First Supercar — Mind Over Motor

This was the moment the dream was first realized. I was finally driving my first bonafide supercar! It was this bright orange Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, and I drove it on track at Exotics Racing in Las Vegas. This was also my first time on a proper race track too, so I had everything to learn. […]

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