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Election Day in NYC November 2: 
Does Anybody Care?


October 19, 2021 --

(Special added feature: a link to President Trump speaking to a political rally in Iowa, October 9.)

Election Day is less than two weeks away and LPR has seen little evidence of the mayoral contest.  Apparently the mayoral election has been conceded to the Democrat candidate, with zero chance given to Curtis Sliwa, the Republican candidate for mayor.   LPR has not succeeded in stirring Republican officeholders in Congress to support Curtis,  As late as Columbus Day, now transformed to Indigenous People's Day in Woke quarters  i(s there anything Woke-ists don't try to transform?), there was scarcely mention in the media of the NYC elections and little evidence of campaign posters on lampposts and in stores.

The lack of indicia of  mayoral election in public places is not a good sign of democracy in action.  Bill de Blasio was elected with less than 25% of registered voters, which could be seen as a sign that the overwhelming number of registered city voters  inndicated, by their silence, opposition to de Blasio's election -- or concluded that their votes didn't matter.   A mindset like that is hardly an affirmation that the democratic (small "d") spirit is alive and well in the City of New York.

LPR has strongly endorsed Curtis Sliwa for mayor -- and Curtis is probably unaware of this endorsement. The only contact the Sliwa campaign has with LPR are the form letters its proprietor receives from time to time seeking donations.   LPR wonders why donations are sought for what is, basically, an invisible campaign.  Curtis Sliwa, where are you?

President Trump appeared in terrific fighting spirit in Des Moines Iowa. In addition to forcefully responding to misgovernment under Biden, he presented a powerful argument to support his claim that the 2020 election was rigged.  Here is the link to his  October 9 appearance in Des Moines.  


LPR must wonder, however, why hasn't President Trump scheduled a rally in New York City in support of the mayoral candidacy of Curtis Sliwa?  Apparently, New York City is to continue under one-party rule for the foreseeable future.    One party rule is not a a sign that the spirit of democracy is alive and well in the Big Apple.   One party rule is, however, an indication that  politics in the Big Apple is rotten to its core.   LPR protests the abandonment by the Republican Party of New York City, generally, and of the Sliwa campaign for mayor, specifically. 

Republicans, how about some spirit-of-democracy building in the City of New York -- and many other urban areas of the country -- currently in thrall to Democrat misrule,, as the federal government is under misrule by the Bidenistas?


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LPR Sees Donald J. Trump as a Reality Frank Capra Hero

October 19, 2021 --

Here are links to two Frank Capra movies, screenplays by Robert Riskin -- "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town" (1936) and "Meet John Doe"
(1941), both starring Gary Cooper in the title roles.   LPR sees Donald J. Trump fighting the bad guys in the  media and politics, as
Longfellow Deeds fought off greedy lawyers and other aggrandizers, and as John Doe fought off crooked establishment figures, including business tycoons and labor leaders.

LPR has no doubt whatsoever that if Frank Capra were still alive, he would make a movie how a populist president like Donald Trump was besieged by villains in government, media and big business who defeated his re-election with lies, smears, phony accusations, impeachment, doctored polls, and the dirtiest political tricks in the books.  

The puppet of the malevolent mob gets elected -- and within a year, the people who fell for the conspiracy against the populist president realize they made a really bad mistake electing the puppet of the malevolent mob.   

The movie ends with the Donald Trump-figure taking the oath of office a second time, and one of his key backers commenting to one of the bad guys with a variation  of the curtain line from "Meet John Doe,"   -- "Once again, elected by The People, try and beat that."

(For two more Capra movies relevant to the conspiracy against Donald J. Trump, see "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," and "It's a Wonderful Life," both films starring James Stewart.)

Mr. Deeds Goes to Town - Frank Capra | 1936
A simple small-town man inherits a massive fortune and is immediately hounded by those who wish to take advantage of him.


Meet John Doe - Full Movie - GREAT QUALITY (1941)
Meet John Doe is a 1941 American comedy drama film directed and produced by Frank Capra, and starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck. The film is about a \"grassroots\" political campaign created unwittingly by a newspaper columnist with the involvement of a hired homeless man and pursued by the paper's wealthy owner.


And here is a link to the scene in "It's A Wonderful Life" where George Bailey  (James Stewart)  tells Potter  (Lionel Barrymore) that he is a "warped, frustrated old man" who wants to grab the Bailey Building & Loan to keep people in his slums.  Potter, like the radical left, disdains ordinary people as, in George's words , ''riff-raff."  LPR views Potter as symbol for the radical left that wants to keep the people in thrall to government, controlled by the left.  George represents Donald Trump, fighting for individual freedom, to improve the lives of ordinary people.


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• A New LPR Feature •

LPR's Dep't of
"Everything Old Is New Again"

October 19, 2021 --

An article in LPR, more than seven years ago got a visit recently and maybe visitors this month will agree that it is still relevant to the Republican Party and U.S. politics. 

Here is the article: 

Maybe FINALLY the Republicans are En Route to Being the Party of the People --

June 15, 2014 -

Conservative talker Laura Ingraham was quoted in The New York Times, June 11, as saying, of David Brat, after his primary win over House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Virginia's 7th congressional district: "'He really just didn't have very much money, but what he did have was a lot of heart'". Not much money? The Randolph-Macon College professor was outspent by Cantor by a factor of more than 20 -- raising $231,000 to Cantor's $5.7 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. Brat's statement in victory suggested that he has the heart -- the courage -- to be a principled politician, quite the rarity in today's America. LPR finds sour grapes all over Rep. Peter King's response to the Brat victory, quoted in The New York Times, June 11:"' [Brat's win] will move the party to the right, which will marginalize us further as a national party'". That is to be expected from a member of the Near Left (better known in the leftist media as Republican "moderates" or " the GOP establishment").

Twenty years ago, after Republicans won majorities in the House as well as the Senate, John Greeter of Monteagle, Tennessee was quoted in The New York Times, November 15, 1994: "'The Republicans are the party of the people now.'" It didn't turn out that way. Newt Gingrich, as House speaker, ignored the immediate demonizing from the left, and gave the left ammunition to accuse him of ethics violations. Eventually, Republicans lost their congressional majorities -- until the Tea Party came on the scene and helped Republicans win control of the House after the 2010 elections. John Boehner replaced Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House and proved incapable of making common cause with the American people against the far left. Indeed, Boehner took the Republican establishment away from the people and into the near left.

LPR is encouraged by the Brat win over Cantor as indication that the conservative core will establish the GOP as the party of the people, with the near left Republicans drifting into the Democratic party which, clearly, has become the party of the far left. In this connection, consider National Security Adviser Susan Rice's description of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl as a soldier who has "served with honor and distinction." The administration had to know that then-Private Bergdahl e-mailed sharp criticism of the United States before he walked away from his outpost in Afghanistan, June 30, 2009 and into Taliban hands. The "Blame America" criticism from Sgt. Bergdahl is typical of leftist anti-war remarks and it is to be expected that a leftist would have no problem with such sentiments, and indeed praise them.

(The administration's immediate tone concerning Sgt. Bergdahl seems of a piece with its handling of the Lt. Ehren K. Watada litigation, brought by the military prosecuting Lt. Watada's refusal to go to Iraq. The administration dropped an appeal of a federal court decision not long after the Obama inauguration. The action originated during the Bush presidency and had been shifted to federal court after a court-martial mistrial.)

LPR has many times cited the wisdom of Federalist No. 57 which counsels our leaders to stay close to the people if we are not to descend into tyranny. From what LPR knows of Professor Brat, he will remain close to the people. May he be an example to Republicans. And may the Tea Party organizations learn that heart and principles are worth at least 20 times their value in dollars. (LPR wonders if the Republican establishment is now grumbling: How can we support a Brat for Congress?)


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Copied and pasted from Politico, October 13

(From a report by Natasha Korecki)

October 19, 2021 --

"Grassroots activists and union groups are preparing to launch a flurry of protests later on Wednesday against Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz) — who they worry could single-handedly sink President Biden’s agenda.

“'We’re committed to birddogging Kyrsten Sinema with her constituents until the very end,” Our Revolution Executive Director Joseph Geevarghese said in an interview.

“What we want to show is that her constituents are very serious about wanting policies and activism and we're going to make her life unpleasant or uncomfortable until that happens.'”

LPR's comment: May what goes around come around for these nasty leftists.


Special Message for Rand Paul, U.S.S.

October 19, 2021 --

Got your fundraising letter, October 13, addressed to me as
"freedom fighter."  If you want me to be an effective "freedom fighter,"

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MAGA. Promote conservative populism. That's what Trumpism is all about.

And, Sen. Paul, support Curtis Sliwa for mayor of NYC.


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Canine Corner

October 19, 2021 --

Lulu and Velma, Ewen Park, 10/13/21

Cairo with Velma and Lulu

Velma and Lulu with Big chunk of a tree branch

Lulu gnawing on Big chunk of wood

(Little) Richie likes Lulu

Cairo and Lulu 10/13

Richie being taken off Lulu


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Evidence Lindsey Graham, U.S.S., Suffers from Bipolar Politics Disorder

October 19, 2021 --

Compare the following, from Newsweek:

"Senator Lindsey Graham told Donald Trump his legacy may end up being the January 6 attack at the Capitol unless he helps the GOP take back control of the House and Senate in 2022, according to a book.

"Graham is alleged to have told the former president that he fears "Trumpism" may die out unless the Republican Party controls both branches of government and that he could be the one to guide them to victory.

"The claims have been made in the recently released book Peril, written by Watergate journalist Bob Woodward and The Washington Post reporter Robert Costa."       ----

with the fact that Graham has contributed to the campaign of the virulently anti-Trump Liz Cheney who most certainly wants "Trumpism" to die, as does every denizen of that swamp called Deep State, over the objections of us deplorables, of course.

Will one House Republican explain to Republican voters
why Pelosi puppet Liz Cheney has not been banished
from the House GOP caucus?

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Happy Halloween!

October 19, 2021 --

John's Botany Bay Halloween Display - This shop is located on Riverdale Avenue, Bronx, N.Y.

Happy Halloween!

Tree with pumpkins


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Confirming Comments in Two Wall Street Journal Columns

October 19, 2021 --

The October 5 WSJ column by Gerard Baker, and the October 9 column by Holman Jenkins, Jr. each cited the boarding up of storefronts in urban areas in anticipation of mob violence by leftists if President Trump had been re-elected last year.   

As it happened, LPR posted images of storefronts in lower Manhattan that were boarded up, or in the process of being boarded up, and has asked LPR's outstanding webmaster, Terri Fassio, to post those images again to bolster the observations of Messrs. Baker and Jenkins that the threat to democracy, including violent reaction if the people elect Donald J. Trump, comes from the left. 

(LPR would ask Messrs. Baker and Jenkins if they have given any thought to the possibility that independents voted for Biden precisely because they feared cities would go up in flames had Mr. Trump been re-elected.)

Election Protections --

November 5, 2020 --

Barnes and Noble Union Square anticipating a violent response on Election Day

Putting up protection on Election Day.

Even Bed Bath and Beyond and The Container Store across 6th Avenue at 18th Street.

West Elm on 17th Street, between 6th and 7th avenues.

Broadway, between 17th & 18th streets on Election Day.

18th Street and Fifth Avenue, Election Day

Also ATT and Verizon on 6th Avenue at 17th Street.


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A Ray of Political Reality From the Former Editor-in-Chief of The Wall Street Journal

October 19, 2021 --


Gerard Baker, former edior-in-chief of The Wall Street Journal, and now writer of the paper's weekly "Free Expression" column has published what may well prove to be the most influential political column of 2021:  "Democrats Destroy Political Norms to Save Them."   Mr. Baker's October 5 column should be the antidote to the Jim Rutenberg green light, to the media, August 2016,  to print whatever they deem necessary to prevent a Trump presidency or, in the unlikely event he gets elected, to undermine and cripple it.

Citing polls indicating that the former president would defeat either Biden or his vice president in 2024, Mr. Baker asked how big a margin would it take for the Trump resisters accept his re-election in 2024 -- ten percent, twenty percent?    He then realized:  "There is no margin of victory that would legitimize his presidency in the eyes of the Democratic Party, the liberal media, most of the permanent government, and the rest of the establishment.

And that realization forced Mr. Baker to appreciate that the resistance to Donald Trump represents a "deeply rooted and bipartisan...malignancy" that results from  "sustained antidemocratic behavior" on the part of the resisters as of the behavior of Mr. Trump.

Mr. Baker goes on to contend: "[I]f they were honest, the people who want to stop Donald Trump [in 2024] would admit that they themselves have been traducing political norms at least since he first came down that escalator in 2015."  Mr. Baker then approaches the crux of the matter:  "The more we learn from John Durham's investigation about the Russian fabrications, the better we understand the scale and duration of the campaign to defeat Mr. Trump, and then, failing that, to destabilize his  administration and, yes, depose, him.   Mr. Baker then cited, to explain, in part, Biden's election,  "a media and tech monolith that literally blocked news coverage unfavorable to Mr. Biden in the runup to the election." 

It is difficult to read the Baker column and not agree that, more likely than not, the 2020 political deck was rigged against President Trump's re-election and by the very people who accused the former president of being an existential threat to our democratic institutions.

As evidence that the true enemies of democracy would not have accepted a Trump re-election, Mr. Baker recalls the plywood sheets that went up on store windows in our urban areas, to guard against the predictable violence that would have erupted from the left (and its Never Trump allies) had Biden lost.

Baker ends his column with this grim thought: "[U]ntil those on the other side acknowledge their own role in the undermining of democratic legitimacy, the crisis will only deepen."    The thought is grim because in our real world, one cannot conceive that the Deep State and enemies of the Constitution including  Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, Jerrold Nadler and their ilk would ever accept the legitimacy of a re-elected President Trump. After all, they refused to accept his presidency in 20i6/17, there is nothing to indicate they have become amenable to a Trump presidency in 2025.

It is, however, not enough to take note of the anti-democratic mindset of the Trump-haters among the Democrats and Republicans. The lukewarm Republicans have played a significant role in the political chaos of the past five years, a role that must not go ignored -- and this goes far beyond finger-pointing at a Liz Cheney or an Adam Kinzinger.

To best illustrate the contribution of the lukewarm Republicans to the failure of a Trump re-election in 2020 consider this proposition:   A House of Representatives with a Democrat majority approves the appointment of a special counsel to investigate a Democrat president based on lies put forth by that president's fiercest enemies.

What could be a more unthinkable political thought than that?   Yet, consider, that the Trump-hating media percolated the lies of Russia collusion so as to get, less than six months into the new presidency, a special counsel to taint, and smear and cripple and possibly oust the new Republican president  This could not have happened had the Republican Congress not taken a knee to our neo-totalitarians,  the true enemies of our democratic institutions.

This is to disagree, then, with Gerard Baker's  assertion in the column that the crisis will deepen unless the Trump-haters confess their political sins.   They will never make such confession.  Totalitarians will not cast aside  their oppressive mindset on hearing calls for  fair play in politics.  As their aim is to crush the GOP, Republicans must crush their political enemies

The crisis that Mr, Baker fears will deepen can only be thwarted if the Democrat and Never Trump totalitarians are faced down by a proud and true GOP, faithful to our legacy of liberty and, like Donald J. Trump, unafraid to take on, and crush,  the Democrats, their Never Trump allies, the media, the permanent government and their paymasters.    The only thing a totalitarian understands is:
unconditional surrender.


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A Sunday afternoon  (10/3)  at a mostly empty Rockaway beach

October 19, 2021 --

Surfers on A train to Rockaway surf

Big surfboard

JFK from A train

Imposing building from shuttle

Homes on stilts

Seagull aloft

Manhattan from Rockaway

Gulls feasting 10/3/21

Gulls on beach

Aircraft in flight

Rockaway surf near Beach 114th St.

Gull and pigeon

Two solitary beachgoers 10/3/21

No lifeguards, empty beach

Beach towel near

Crossway Bridge from shuttle

Standing in surf, 10/3/21

3 gulls, others below


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The New York Times Spikes A  Report by  Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee; A Federal Judge Spikes the Notion that Justice is Blind

October 19, 2021 --

The second lead in the print edition of The New York Times, October 8, breathlessly related that the Senate Judiciary Committee issued a report, October 7, accusing President Trump of --in the words of a carry-over headline on the story, on page A16 -- a "Relentless Effort to Overturn the Election."   The report in question propounded the anti-Trump views of the Judiciary Committee's Democrats.

But for the fact that Democrats hold a Senate  majority by vote of the Democrat vice president, the Times  mifght well have ignored the Judiciary Committee's report.   After all, the Times, in its latest propaganda attack on Donald Trump, made no reference to the report by the minority. And the Judiciary Committee's Republicans found no reason to cast aspersions on President Trump's action after the election.

In Part III of its report, the  minority found i that President Trump did not use the Justice Department to try an overturn the election. In its Part IV, the minority found that Mr. Trump had "'legitimate complaints'" about the 2020 election.    Part V of the minority report found that President Trump did not apply improper influence on the Justice Department, but the minority found that Biden's Justice Department interfered in the investigation.

And here, copied and pasted from Part IX of the minority report, are the opening paragraphs of the finding that Democrats used the media to promote dishonest anti-Trump propaganda:


Through their investigation, Committee Democrats sought to collect evidence to support their narrative that during his final days in office, President Trump attempted to “weaponize DOJ” in order to subvert the results of the 2020 election.

 As the Committee began gathering evidence and testimony in response to Committee Democrats’ requests, it became increasingly clear that the evidence contradicted the Democrats’ narrative. Instead of waiting until all of the facts were in, Committee Democrats went into offense mode. They began leaking records and other details of the investigation to the press prd misconstruing witness testimony in order to feed selected media talking points and keep their narrative alive.

* * * * * * *

The October 8 print edition of The New York Times, refusing to inform readers of the findings of the Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee that run counter to Democrat propaganda, provides stark evidence (if further evidence were needed) that the Grey Lady has abdicated its proud role as American's paper of record, for service as flack for the anti-democratic mindset of the
now falsely-named Democrat Party.

It is dismaying, moreover, to see evidence that tfederal judges,  as well as journalists, has abandoned principle for ideology.

An editorial in The Wall Street Journal, October 8, "Polarizing the Jan. 6 Justice System," calls attention to the interference of politics in the sentencing of a January 6 defendant, charged with "'parading, demonstrating or picketing" without a permit.

The prosecutor recommended that the defendant, Matthew Mazzocco be sentenced to home confinement for three months on his guilty plea.  U.S. District Court Judge Tanya S. Chutkan (D.C. Circuit) instead ordered Mazzocco jailed for 45 days.   What troubled the Journal  more than Judge Chutkan's disregard of the prosecutor's recommendation was her remarks at sentencing. 

The editorial commented that Judge Chutkan "gratuitously invoked the summer Black Lives Matter protests and riots, favorably comparing them to the events of Jan. 6: 'People gathered all over the country last year to protest the violent murder of the police of an unarmed man -- some of those protests became violent,' the judge said at the sentencing hearing, according to ABC News."

The Journal editorial continued, next paragraph, that Judge Chutkan also remarked at the sentencing hearing, "'to compare the actions of people protesting mostly peacefully for civil rights to those of a violent mob seeking to overthrow the lawfully elected government is a false equivalency and ignores the very real danger that the Jan. 6 riot posed to the foundations of our democracy.'"

Judge Chutkan is an Obama appointee, as is her husband, Peter Krauthamer, appointed to the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. She was born in Kingston, Jamaica.  Her background includes service at one prestigious Washington D,C. firm, now Hogan Lovells, and partnership at Boies, Schiller & Flexner.  Interestingly, the Journal is silent on what arguably points to Judge Chutkan's Deep State background -- as well as the anti-Trump mindset of an Obama-ista.

That she regards defendant Mazzocco, who was NOT charged with attempted violent overthrow of the government, as beyond the pale compared with the looters, arsonists and pillagers of the summer of 2020 protests -- protests this jurist apparently sees as "peaceful" -- certainly questions, in the words of the Journal editorial, "the legitimacy of the justice system."  

It is unfortunate -- but alas, not unexpected -- that the Journal  ended the editorial by indicating that political rulings like Judge Chutkan's will only embolden Trump's people.   The editorial did not declare openly, but the inference is not, I think, unjustified: "Rulings like this will not only  aid "Jan. 6" revisionists;  they  could also re-elect the dreaded Trump.   It should only happen!

"A vote that represents free will is never wasted"
-- David Zukerman

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Fieldston Homecoming Images

October 19, 2021 --

Fieldston defeated Horace Mann, in a hard fought battle, 20 - 15,  to bring its 2021 football record to 3 wins and 2 losses. Horace Mann is now 2 - 2 on the season. LPR played on a championship, undefeated  (5 - 0 -- one game cancelled due to Asian flu) championship Fieldston eleven, the fall of 1957 - Ike was president.   LPR believes he was the senior alum at this year's Fieldston homecoming.   Back in 1957,  someone who was 81 was very old; today - almost a spring chicken -- or, considering the Fieldston mascot, a spring eagle.

Lulu with new friend Panda at Fieldston homecoming

Crowd at Fieldston homecoming

Fieldston field

Fieldston drum team

Coach follows play on field

Team warm-up for Horace Mann game

Fieldston on defense

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October 19, 2021 --

The Deep State Already Lying About a Re-elected President Trump in 2024

(Copied and pasted from HuffPost, 10/10)

Fiona Hill, a former top analyst on the National Security Council, presented a chilling warning about Donald Trump in a Politico interview Friday: If Trump “makes a successful return to the presidency in 2024, democracy’s done.”


Important Link …

Here is a link to an important article indicating that the allegation of hacking of the DNC in 2016 was "a false claim."



LPR to Rep. Andy Biggs, chair of the House Freedom Caucus (HFC)

Suggest the HFC respond to the bizarre October 18 fundraiser for turncoat Cheney in Dallas, arranged by former President G. W. Bush,  by issuing a statement declaring that the Freedom Caucus will support the presidential candidacy of President Donald J. Trump should he seek  re-election in 2024.


LPR Salute Buffalo Bills Coach Sean McDermott …

With  less than a half-minute left in the  October 18 game with the Tennessee Titans, who were ahead 34 - 31 and the Bills within the Titan's' 5-yard line, fourth and a yard to go for a first down, Coach McDermott went for the first down and a likely win, instead of settling for a field goal that would have sent the game into overtime. The Titans held and won the game, which included three running touchdowns by Titan Derrick Henry, a 101-yard kickoff return by the Bills Isaiah McKenzie called back for a penalty, and the Bills making a two-point conversion on a razzle-dazzle play starting with quarterback Josh Allen tossing the ball to a teammate and then catching the ball in the end zone for the conversion.  The Bills are still in first place in their division by two games, with a 4-2 record. LPR expects that Coach McDermott will get them into the playoffs, may even their first Super Bowl victory.


A Gathering of Rino-crats …

LPR hoped to report the further anti-Trump, anti-GOP statements from Rep. Liz Cheney and former President Bush, but couldn't find a report on the fundraiser, held somewhare in the Dallas vicinity, for Cheney reportedly organized by Mr, Bush.  LPR did find a Dallas Morning News article on the day of the event, stating that there is an "irreparable chasm" between Mr. Bush and former President Trump.   The invitation called for a 5.30 p.m. start -- maybe to give the guests time to watch either the Red Sox - Astros game (Boston trounced Houston 12 - 3) or the Bills - Titans game. If the remarks at the fundraiser are to be kept secret, that would be in the tradition of  the secret society Mr. Bush is member of: Yale's Skull and Bones.


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