My wife is out of town for the week. We share driving duties, taking three granddaughters to and from school and to all their after-school activities.
My wife is out of two for eight days.
I plan to blog just as much but the blogging may be earlier in the morning and later in the evening, but it will all get done.
But if you don't see much blogging from late afternoon to early evening, that's the reason. Hopefully, by mid-December, things will be back to normal.
All Politics -- Nothing About The Bakken
I love these headlines and these stories.
From The Chicago Tribune December 4, 2019, about 60 days out from first delegate selections:
Unfortunately there are no recent state polls out, but for the archives, note the most recent poll, and how Amy Klobuchar is polling:
Data from RealClear Politics:
- national, 12/1 - 12/3: 3% (has not varied from 2% or 3% since the CNN poll 11/21 - 11/24
- Iowa State, 11/15 - 11/19: 5% (has not varied from 5% to 6% since first of three polls)
- New Hampshire, 11/22 - 11/26: 2%, down from 6% 11/13 - 11/18;
- Nevada, 11/10 - 11/13: 2%; absolutely no change since 10/31 - 11/2;
- South Carolina, 11/13 - 11/17 (Quinnipiac): 1%; really? yes, really;
- California, 11/20 - 11/22: 1%;
- Texas, 10/18 - 10/27: 2%;
- Massachusetts, 10/16 - 10/20: 1%;
At best, she is shooting for the VP role.
And yes, there will be a woman on the Democrat ticket. But it's not going to be Amy Klobuchar.