1. All the Trump enthusiasts might want to consider with me how it is, though at every "rally" her audience fits in a three-stall ladies room and has all the enthusiasm of a patient waiting for a root canal, Hillary keeps winning primaries. Look at
Remember the disclaimer I put before the Trump post: This assumes arguendo that any of this matters.
2. Hence, the real race on the Democratic side is between Hillary and the Obama Justice Department. Seems like Ol' Billary has a slight and growing lead, but at the risk of sounding somewhat cynical, I think that the race is too close to call, at least until the Democratic convention, when all those
3. I have foolishly watched many political victory speeches over the years. Many. They are usually of a type. But, no matter what, as local news seeks to fill its 21-hour newsfotainment programming, they always cut away to a victory or concession speech. Yet I noticed that at least two of the local TV stations didn't cover Trump's speech, or cut away immediately. He really either annoys or scares people. All the right people, imho.
4. Again, keeping in mind the central caveat, it was a near perfect night for Trump. However Missouri's final tally turns out, he and Cruz will each get 11 delegates. Florida was not only the biggest delegate prize, but to smoke Rubio so badly in his home state creates an aura of inevitability. And Ohio going to Kasich isn't a real negative, as keeping that hopeless statist in the race can only hurt the anybody-but-Trump movement.
5. Make America Great Again. Nice enough slogan, but I wonder if it was great to begin with. A topic to address over bourbon, methinks. Personally, I would be happy with: We Won't Kill All the Catholics After All. At least not yet.