Here I sit, 65 miles from downtown Washington, D.C., waiting for the coldest temperature on this date in 40 years, maybe since records started in the 1800's, or maybe since the last Ice Age. Ever since the weather stations went digital, the weather reports have made a shambles of the truth.
I do not know what a meteorologist has for breakfast, but lately the bizarre forecasts might indicate something comparable to LSD. If they say we will get two feet of snow, we might get five inches. When they say it will be around 20 degrees tonight, and then they revise it to a wind chill of 25 below, we know it is not just cream in their coffee.
Did I mention that the forecast for just 48 hours later is over 50 degrees? The good news is no one really puts much faith in the weather reports, I mean it is still a government agency so accuracy and efficiency are distant dreams.
Nothing has changed. Obama trashes the Republicans and the Republicans trash the President and the Democrats watch and strategically trash both the President and Republicans.
On the presidential scene, the apparent front runners are a Bush for the Republicans and a Clinton for the Democrats. My how things have changed since 1988 and 1992.
It has been 28 years since a Bush was first elected president, in 1988. During the 28 years, from 1988 until the next election in 2016, a Bush will be president 12 years, a Clinton for 8 years, and everyone else in
8 years. America
|Pot Smoking Ivy League Presidents - Harvard & Yale|
What do you think about the dominance of the Ivy League? A graduate of Yale will be president for 20 of the 28 years, and a graduate of Harvard for 16 of the 28 years. I think the Ivy League invented the term "Fuzzy Math" which might explain why Yale's 20 years and Harvard's 16 years add up to 36 years, not to 28 years.
Do not worry there is an answer for all deviations and this time a legitimate one. One president graduated from both Yale and Harvard. In fact, he is the only president in history with that intellectual distinction, his name, George W. Bush, as in junior.
Is it not ironic that one candidate for president in 2016 with a legitimate chance to win is also the first person in 28 years to NOT graduate from Harvard or Yale. It is not Hillary Clinton (Yale), or Mitt Romney (Harvard), or Ted Cruz (Harvard).
Yet another twist in logic and reason, one of the top picks to break the Ivy League stranglehold on the presidency is Jeb Bush, whose father and brother are Yale and Harvard alumni.
Other legitimate candidates like Rand Paul, Chris Christie, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, and Martin O'Malley are among others who are not Harvard or Yale graduates.
Health, Energy & Education...
Every month brings new super viruses, mutating bacteria, other drug resistant diseases, and fewer and fewer cures to an unsuspecting public.
is the latest
breakout of a dramatic new virus, which has already killed 2 and exposed about
180 people in the first reports. UCLA Medical
Dakota crude oil apparently burns better than other production
here in the west. With thousands of oil
tankers using train tracks through about every major city in , look
for Keystone Pipeline approval as a "safe" alternative to urban
Our paper tiger approach to foreign affairs has also been a great aid to Vladimir Putin, who used American indecision to carve a land mass to connect Crimea to the Russian border, as predicted a long time ago by the Coltons Point Times.
Stock Markets are pushing against their highest levels in history in the midst of a mediocre, at best, recovery that has left most Americans with less cash, less equity, less choices, and a lousy selection of cheap made consumer products.
In my opinion, the markets have nowhere to go but down and they will take all the 401K money with them since most 401K funds have stock based investments. Market players should have the ability to sit on investments for 5-10 years before needing the funds, in order to come out ahead. As for the rest of us, forget it.
The Super Bowl was rocked by scandal, the deflate gate conspiracy, while the Patriots took home the money.
College football crowned the first playoff king, as
Ohio State beat number one Alabama
in the semi-finals, and number two
in the finals. Oregon
In college basketball, the mighty University of Kentucky have five games left in the season in their historic effort to become the first undefeated national champion since Indiana in 1976. It promises to be a magnificent March Madness if we survive the Arctic deep freeze.