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Vetting is just like the Olympics–there’s a lot of talk about it every four years whether we want to hear it or we don’t. Vetting means to subject to a thorough examination or evaluation, and the only vetting that ever seems … Continue reading

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Presidential Debate–Contrast in Style

The first presidential debate just ended, and we at languageandgrammar.com want to join the ranks of millions of bloggers who are currently penning posts about who won the debate. It’s our opinion that the difference between the two candidates is as stark as … Continue reading


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Let Us Unite–Together, That Is

I recently heard a political consultant discuss how important it was for one of the political parties  to unite together. I must admit that I was shocked—oh, no, not at his suggestion of togetherness or his fervor in endorsing unity; … Continue reading

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Olbermann Predicts Daring Clinton Heist

I have breaking political news to report, and I’m not talking about another live report of the empty Washington D.C. home of Hillary Clinton while she talked to Senator Barack Obama in another location (Clinton, Obama talks held without aides … Continue reading

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