I appreciate Schilling’s willingness to participate in a natural experiment to discover if 27% is in fact the lower bound of the crazification factor.
Should be a light in the darkness of what looks right now to be a clawing back of the 2012 (Senate) and 2016 (House) Democratic waves, unless the GOP blows itself up more effectively than I could reasonably hope for.
I worked at 38 Studios and was there when the whole thing crashed and burned. I can promise you there are dozens of people who are ready and willing to tell all about Curt and his role in that mess. Which was significant.
Not in a broken laws kind of way, but just in a complete and total mismanagement way. The guy is terrible businessman.
But to be fair he is a helluva nice guy and very dedicated to his family. He also loves animals of all kinds.
The biggest issue that Hillary will be facing in 2018 is the probability(which grows every month) that we will see a turn in the business cycle and have a recession of some sort before midterms. Unfortunately this is largely out of her hands.
The Chinese real estate bubble is so ludicrous, it makes 2008 look like a minor hiccup. If it goes, no one is safe. You already see Chinese citizens looking to stash their money in foreign real estate. Seattle, which already had a huge housing shortage, is currently their #1 market. Needless to say, it’s not helping things.
Here’s the first Democratic challenger for 2018 that’s popped up here in West Michigan. Justin Amash has held this seat for a while, and I’d be shocked if anyone without an R by their name could challenge him. But after 2016, who the hell knows what could happen?