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DAY FOUR Roy I predict that on November 6, 2018, the voters of Alabama will elect Roy Stewart Moore to the Senate. This is of note because Moore, a former chief justice of Alabama, was twice removed from the bench for defying judicial orders. And because he proudly espouses these beliefs: President Barack Obama was […]

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Jules Predicts   DAY THREE Fight Though today, there’s not an inch of daylight between them, I predict that on or before February 14, 2019, political partners and best friends Donald Trump and Mike Pence will have a brutal, ugly and very public falling-out. It will be replete with name-calling, accusations and rancor most foul.

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Jules Predicts    DAY TWO Crash I predict that on or before October 1, 2019, the American stock market will swan dive from the high board into an empty pool. This will not be an adjustment, a correction, a blip. I predict a massive fall from a great height, with lasting and far-reaching consequences. Note: […]

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Jules Predicts SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2010 AND here we ago again. For the third time, I’m prognosticating about the near future. Here are this year’s five predictions — five in five days — about America’s economy and politics. Homeward Bound In both previous predictions, I said that despite expert opinion to the contrary, I believed […]

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Jules Predicts 2008 It’s easy to predict the past; we’re all expert at that. And it’s not that hard to predict the distant future: events intervene, nature interrupts, people forget. Ah, but predicting the near future — that’s where the game gets rough. And that’s why so few experts risk it. I’m no expert. I’m […]

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So. I predicted Donald Trump would not pick a nationally known political figure, and he did. Then I predicted Hillary … see below. I thought she’d choose one of the Castro brothers or Cory Booker, thus sealing the Latino and/or Black vote. Instead, she picked a white guy, a moderate Democrat who’s well known and […]

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I predict that Hillary Clinton’s choice for vice president will be male and ethnic, either Black or Hispanic. Probably Hispanic. Maybe sharing a name with a revolutionary or a former slave. PS I’ve enjoyed and appreciated your many replies, and there’s one I just have to share. It’s from Erin Caslavka in northern California. In […]

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