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My Bloody Valentine: The Parkland School Shooting

 

On Valentine’s Day, 14 February 2018, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz shot and killed 17 people at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, wounding 14 others. A former student, Cruz began his rampage at 2:21 PM, after taking an Uber to the school.

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Eclipse Woes

 

It’s that time again. Thursday’s Solar Eclipse marks the next phase in the cosmic unfolding of 2018, a year which promises to be, if anything, more volatile than its predecessor. At 27 Aquarius, this eclipse opposes and reactivates the “American Eclipse” of August 2017 at 28 Leo. It also just happens to be exactly on the Moon of the Sibley chart for the US, representative of its people.

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Elon Musk Enroute to Mars

 

On February 6th, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk sent his old red Tesla Roadster into orbit to the Asteroid Belt, complete with a mannequin driver dubbed “Starman” and David Bowie’s “Life on Mars” playing on an endless loop. The SpaceX CEO, listed by Forbes magazine as the 53rd richest man in the world, has become obsessed with establishing a colony on Mars, and has spent a considerable amount of his vast fortune, estimated at nearly $21 billion, on achieving that goal.

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The President and the Porn Star

On Friday, January 12th, the “Wall Street Journal” reported that in October 2016, Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen paid $130,000 in hush money to Stephanie Clifford, AKA “Stormy Daniels”, an adult film star with whom Trump allegedly had an affair in 2006, after his marriage to Melania.

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Inside “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House”

On Wednesday January 3rd, 2018, the White House was blindsided with the release of excerpts from a new book by journalist Michael Wolff, who had been granted virtually unlimited access to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for several months. To say that “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” paints an unflattering portrait of the 45th president would perhaps qualify as the understatement of the year, young though it is. “Idiot”, “dope”, and “dumb as shit” are just a few of the descriptive words and phrases Wolff’s interviewees used to describe Donald Trump.

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The 2018 Midterm Elections: A Preview

 

Never too early to dream, right? It might seem odd to have the first post of 2018 speculating about one of the last political events of the year, but it’s also the most crucial – at least, the most crucial we’re aware of in advance.

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Virginia’s Tied Race

 

You might think the 2017 elections are over and history, but you’d be wrong. There is one more race to be determined, in the Virginia House of Delegates. Incredibly, that race is exactly tied, with 11,608 votes apiece. The final outcome will be decided, not by any legal challenge or recount, but by the toss of a coin.

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Moore Defeated; Trump Wins Biggest Loser

It’s the reddest of red states, but the red flowing in Alabama’s political streets today is the blood of the Republican Party. In a close, hotly contested race, Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Judge Roy Moore on Tuesday, sending political shockwaves through the country.

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Prince Harry’s Engagement

At 8 AM local time on 27 November 2017, Kensington Palace announced the engagement of Prince Harry, fifth in line to the British throne, to American divorcee and actress Meghan Markle.

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And So It Begins…

On 30 October 2017, Special Counsel Robert Mueller fired the first salvo of his investigation into Donald Trump, indicting former Trump Campaign Manager Paul Manafort on 12 criminal counts, including conspiracy against the United States, money laundering, and making false statements.

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AAA Profile: Mike Pence

On Friday, July 15th, 2016, newly-minted Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweeted his choice of running mate: Indiana Governor Mike Pence. This simple electronic transmission began one of the more unusual partnerships in modern American political history

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The American Eclipse

On August 21, 2017, the United States will experience a rare celestial event – a Solar Eclipse whose path of totality cuts a swath straight across the country from sea to shining sea. Entering the US in Oregon, the eclipse sweeps over the Rockies, the plains, through the heartland, and exits via the Deep South off the coast of South Carolina.

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Donald Trump’s Solar Return: Let Trump Be Trump

 

trump bday inviteDonald Trump will be 71 on June 14th, but his Solar Return actually falls a day earlier, at 2:39 PM EDT on 13 June 2017. It’s not at all unusual for the Sun to return to its birth degree a day earlier or later than the official birthday, but what is unusual is having other points exactly conjunct the Sun at the time of its return.

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The Trump Inaugural Chart

As defined by the Twentieth Amendment to the US Constitution, passed in 1933, each administration begins at 12 noon on January 20th of the year following a presidential election. Thus, all US administrations (unless they succeed mid-term due to the death or resignation of a sitting president) have essentially the same structural dimensions: a Sun at 0 Aquarius conjunct a late Capricorn Midheaven and a mid-Taurus Ascendant.

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