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On the roster: Harris rides the wave in California – Time-Out: today we know beans – The fundraising juggernaut raked in $246 million – house-pests – Cruel, unusual
HARRIS RIDES THE WAVE IN CALIFORNIA
Quinnipiac University: “Native daughter Kamala Harris comes from behind to win the support of 23 percent of California’s Democrats, and the voters reject the Democrat, with 21 percent for former Vice President Joe Biden, leaving the Democratic primary too close to call, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Also in the embodiment of Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders with 18 percent, Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, with 16 percent. South Bend mayor Pete Buttigieg has 3 percent and entrepreneur Andrew Yang has 2 percent. There are four Democratic candidates with 1 percent and 15 candidates scoring less than 1 percent. … Look today at the candidates ” qualities in California, Democrats say 26 percent, that Biden would be the best leader, with 18 percent for Harris, 17 percent for Sanders and 14 percent for Warren and 28 percent that Warren has the best political ideas, with 20 percent for Sanders, 11 percent for Biden, and 9 percent for Harris.”
Bullock makes the cut for the second round of the debates – Political: “The field is set for the second round of the primaries, debates and a number of candidates who go on the stage, knowing it could be their last. Twenty candidates have qualified for two nights ‘ debate in Detroit on July 30-31, according to a POLITICAL analysis, including Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, who missed the first debate in June, but vaulted to the stage, according to Rep. Eric Swalwell‘s campaign ended… POLITICAL projects of these 20 candidates displayed in the Detroit debate: Michael Bennet, Joe Biden, Cory Booker, Bullock, Pete Buttigieg, Julián Castro, Bill de Blasio, John Delaney, Tulsi Gabbard, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, John Hickenlooper, Jay Inslee, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O’rourke, Tim Ryan, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Marianne Williamson , and Andrew Yang.”
Biden campaign paid for coaching after the first refueling debate – WashEx: “The day after Joe Biden tanked in the first round of the democratic presidential debates, his campaign hired a prominent speech coach for the 36-year-old senator and 8 years Vice-President. Records from the Biden show in the second quarter Federal Election Commission filing, his campaign paid Washington, DC-based Sheehan Associates $5,300 for “strategic advice” on 28. June. The night before Biden was on the defensive in the first round of democratic debates from California Sen. Kamala Harris… Michael Sheehan, the principal of the firm, taken care of, the two presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, as well as numerous vice-presidents, first ladies, members of Congress and governors.”
Steyer defends wealth – The guardian: “Tom Steyer entered the Democratic primaries with a unique advantage: the greatest happiness of each in 2020 candidate. It is also his biggest liability might be. The reflection on the ethics of a billionaire candidate at a time when growing inequality a Central campaign, the former hedge-Fund manager and Democratic party mega-donor is offered an unusual defense: Queen Bey. “We should have a limit on what Beyoncé does? I don’t see why’, Steyer told the Guardian by phone. “I do not think that in the United States of America, we should have a ceiling of how far people can go.’ Steyer transitioned to a critique of communism and the argument that ” in the heart of every great fortune is a crime…'”
AARP warns 2020 presidential candidates to ignore older voters – Fox Business: “While a lot of the emphasis is focused on attracting young voters during the election cycles – 2020-candidates might want to pay more attention to an older demographic: the Baby boomers. Americans age 65 and older expected to make up about 23 percent of the voters in the year 2020, according to a study by The Pew Research Center. This is their biggest share since at least 1970. And while Generation Z is-in-ten eligible voters, the researchers found that – based on historical trends – older Americans are turning more to choose, which means that the older generations could end up accounting for a larger share of actual voters than their share of the electorate. AARP chief of the advocacy and engagement officer Nancy LeaMond told FOX Business it would be unwise for candidates to ignore, older Americans, and their biggest concerns.”
THE RULES: BEAT THE BOSS OF THE BOSS
“The steady operations of war against a regular and disciplined army can only be successfully carried out, by a force of the same kind. Considerations of economy, not less than of stability and vigor, this position.” – Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 25
TIME-OUT: TODAY WE KNOW BEANS
Smithsonian: “Of all the great debates, some more polarizing than chocolate vs. vanilla. Those of us aligned with chocolate—the product of ground, roasted cocoa beans—do you find it warm, comforting, ambrosial, and, as a rule, you close all the things unchocolate as a ‘vanilla’ meaning bland and boring. Who fruit vanilla is a climbing Orchid that wears long until podlike, praise his sweet, aromatic, and note that it amplifies the taste of chocolate, the frills would be boring and kind of flat—short, vanilla. One aspect of the chocolate-and-vanilla-scissors, which have rarely been disputed, the question of provenance. But in the course of the last year, two new studies have radically rejiggered the origin stories of the two. On the chocolate front, the earliest chemical evidence of cocoa use about 1400 years has been pushed further into the past, and about 2,000 km to the South. For the vanilla part, researchers now believe that the beans were not only used by people more than two millennia earlier than previously thought, but a whole ocean away.”
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Trump job performance
Average Approval: 44.2 Percent
The average of the rejection: 51.2 percent
Net Score: -7 Points
Change from a week ago: 0.4 points
[Average, includes: NBC News/WSJ: 45% approve – 52% disapprove; ABC News/WaPo: 47% approve 50%, reject; CNN: 45% approve – 51% oppose; Gallup: 41% approve – 54% lean; IBD: 43% approve – 49% oppose it.]
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THE FUNDRAISING JUGGERNAUT RAKED IN $246 MILLION.
Politically: the “democratic campaigns and organizations are high, the support of small donors. ActBlue, the online fundraising platform, by most of the Democratic candidates and outside groups, announced that 3.3 million donors contributed $420 million via the platform in the first six months of the year. ActBlue first submission of the year with the Federal Election Commission, which for the same period, at the end of the month. The group said that $were 246 million through ActBlue in the second quarter of 2019. Almost 8,700 campaigns, committees and organizations use the platform, and 1.1 million donors gave via ActBlue in the last 10 days of the second quarter alone. The numbers show the incredible growth of online fundraising in recent years, especially among Democrats. The party broke records for fundraising in the year 2017 in response to President Donald Trump‘s inauguration…”
Frizzy hair: Fundraising-takeaways – National Journal: “Democrats have reason to cheer, your Congress candidates for the second quarter of fundraising numbers. … But the Republicans increased their fundraising levels of exams from the last year of the medium. Five GOP senators of facing competitive reelections raised more than $2 million in the quarter. Two highly-touted house GOP recruits hit the half-million-dollar mark, an impressive record for the first Challenger. On the leadership front, the house Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and house Minority whip Steve Scalise , both outraised Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Here are five other clues are the numbers in the trajectory of the 2020 congressional campaigns: 1. Several democratic Senate recruits have to prove their strength. … 2. Targeted house Democrats are still in big bucks. … 3. Texas Republicans, to increase the pace. … 4. Stage image for Mike Pompeo from Kansas. … 5. Scandal-plagued Republicans in a desperate area.”
Bwhahahah – New York Post: “The Big Apple showered Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg the mayor of the small South Bend, Indiana — with $2.35 million in donations in the past three months, Buttigieg campaign unveiled Tuesday. The loot is more than double the $1.1 million that mayor Bill de Blasio grew up in total — nationwide — since the Start of his own White house bid in may. Buttigieg de Blasio humiliated in his own backyard through the collection of contributions of 14,000 residents of the city, more than double the de Blasio total 6,700 donors. … Buttigieg local supporters include such quintessential Gothamites as long-time Vogue editor Anna Wintour , media tycoon Barry Diller and financier Bill Ackman, the maximum contributions of $2,800, with Ackman doubling for both the primary and General elections.”
Roll Call: “A day after Rep. Emanuel Cleaver left the post of chair of the house procedures in the frustration over the bickering between Republicans and Democrats, the Missouri Democrat, called for lawmakers and the American people to ignore, President of Donald Trump’s online escapades, how he tweets from his presidency.’ “We can’t continue to react to this,’ Cleaver said on Wednesday on CNN’s” New day ” about the chaos that followed, to keep, as Democrats tried to vote to condemn racist tweets of the President, published over the weekend attacking four female minority women in Congress. … On Tuesday, the house finally elected, 240-187 to approve a non-binding resolution that ‘strongly’ condemned Trump the ” racist comments, which legitimized and increased the fear and hatred of the new Americans and people of color.’ In the end, four Republicans — Susan W. Brooks of Indiana, Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania, Will Hurd of Texas and Fred Upton of Michigan, and the independent Justin Amash of Michigan, in … with all of the 235 Democrats in favor of the resolution.”
Trumps tweets drive a wedge between the campaign and the critical voters – WashEx: “President Trump’s incendiary claims that his Democratic critics in Congress are un-American will drive a deep wedge between its 2020 campaign, and the critical elements that the coalition needs to he secure a second term in office. Suburban women and college-educated white background pushed doubts about Trump and support is crucial to his victory over Hillary Clinton. But for many, the snout with the President’s antics and rhetoric, the Democratic party in the midterm elections two years later. Senior Republican strategists warn that Trump will be elected could be the separation of the end of attacks on four female minority, the Democrats in Congress to permanently exile this important voting blocks, the calculation of the President, again. ‘The Republicans want this election about the economy and the judge. When it comes to Trumps tweets and temperament, it is likely that the Democrats have an enthusiasm advantage,” said Alex Conant, a GOP operative who has advised presidential candidates.”
Squad goals: Trump’s attacks ancestor 2020 – NYT: “With three days of the attacks on the four liberals, minorities, first-term women in Congress gave the President Trump and the Republicans have sent the clearest signal yet that your approach 2020 is a racist column, the reprise of the strategy that helped Mr. Trump closely capture the White house in 2016. It is the kind of fight that the President enjoys. He said that the helpers, in fact, that he is satisfied is the democratic response to his attacks, bragging that he is ‘marriage’ the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the democratic party, which the four women in the Congress were known as ‘the team.’ His efforts to stoke similar cultural and racial resentment during the 2018 mid-term elections with the fear of marauding immigrants caravan backfired, as his party lost control of the house. But he is undeterred on the way to his re-election campaign, bets that he can throw the whole democratic party as a radical and un-American.
R. I. P. John Paul Stevens – NYT
Ocasio-Cortez, Challenger gets new 2020: a Republican immigrants from Jamaica – Fox News
AUDIBLE: I’VE GOT IT?
“You’re against Yucca Mountain, and you have to Nevada say.” – REP Dina Titus, D-Nev., the advice of the presidential candidates to visit your country and according to the WSJ.
FROM THE STANDS
“The Democrats in Congress missed a great opportunity to chastise the President in order to bring Republicans to their side, and take a giant leap for civil discourse. Trump’s remarks deserve condemnation; they were not the occasionally well-intentioned” love it or leave it ” sentence. Some members of Congress deserves to be the misrepresentation of facts required to be, but Mr. Trump also went on to claim that they hated our country. While such a I-know-you-heart attacks are often, you are still wrong. But the resolution hid-President misconduct by the dubious claim of racism – that was just dismissed as partisan trash. What a disappointment to see the excellent rates on our immigrants love for our United States in the first part of the resolution, the effort is destroyed in his accusations. Thank you for your civil discourse!” – Tom Parks, Rogers, Ark.
“You said [in Monday’s mid-term report] Trump attacked people who were chosen to be the branching is superior. This is wrong. Legislative, executive and judiciary are co-equal, no? I realize Congress selected the President in the sense is turned on, that is, the laws that he is responsible for the enforcement, but still, “co-equal” is the term I’ve always heard that used to describe the relative position of the three branches. I could be wrong, but if I am, I would be grateful for the lesson. Think you are doing a great job.” – Thaddeus Perry, Fischer, Ind.[Ed. Note: good question, Mr. Perry! Certainly there are those who agree with the concept of “co-equal branches,” but that’s not how the Constitution reads. The Charter is in order: the Legislative, the Executive and the judiciary. The Congress is to explain, in view of the major powers – especially the power, war, and taxes – and Congress has the power to remove officers from the other branches, the other branches can do nothing, much like the Congress. Sure, the judiciary is the weakest. It relies on the legislature for his money and the Executive to enforce its regulations. America was slouching against excessive Executive power, at least since the Wilson administration, because it’s just easier. The Americans have gotten extremely lazy guardians of their own liberty, and the pathetic frailty of the Congress is probably the biggest proof of that.]
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AP: “officials in West Palm Beach are played, in the hope of a continuous loop of children’s songs, the whole night to keep the homeless sleeping on the terrace of the city-property-rental of the Banquet facilities. West Palm Beach parks and recreation director Leah Rockwell told the Palm Beach Post, you are trying people to deter them from sleeping outside the glass-walled Waterfront lake pavilion, but she says, raking in about $240,000 a year from the events. The loop of ‘Baby Shark’ and ‘Raining Tacos” is a temporary solution to the homeless people from the terrace. Rockwell says, wants to enforce the city to formalize hours for the facility, should trespassing laws easier. Illaya Champion says the Post, ‘it is wrong’ to chase people away with the music. He says he’ll always sleep there, but ‘it is, and on the same songs.'”
AND NOW, A WORD FROM CHARLES…
“A broad national consensus developed that the health care is indeed a right. This is historically new. And it carries enormous implications for the future. It suggests that we are heading may be, inevitably to a government-run, single-payer system.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writes in the Washington Post on November 30. In March 2017.
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