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I served in the US Navy from 2002-08; four of those years were as a Nuclear Propulsion Operator aboard an aircraft carrier. I engage in political activism in various Democratic circles when I am able to. I have a cat, and I am an uncle.

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016


Since 1988, PBS’s flagship news documentary series Frontline has aired The Choice; a quadrennial tradition that looks in depth at the two major party candidates that are running for president.

Much like the previous iterations, there are several interviews with political observers, respected reporters, and close confidants of the candidate that offer insight into how one of these two people will lead the country.

Given the amount of history surrounding Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Frontline did the best they could in packaging these magnanimous personalities into a two-hour episode. It would have been understanding if given the type of candidates if they did a three-hour or even two standalone episodes looking into the political and personal lives of each of the candidates that the country will have as their next president come 20 January 2017.

There are three weeks until Election Day. I strongly urge those that have not watched this to do so.

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