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Donald Trump has made his first threat to sue over the procedures for selecting delegates to the Republican convention. It surely won’t be his last. The Wall Street Journal reported that Ted Cruz may come out of Louisiana with as many as 10 more delegates than Trump, even though the mogul narrowly beat Cruz in the popular vote there. In a tweet, Trump pronounced it “unfair,” and worthy of litigation. The Louisiana delegate picture isn’t evidence of anything untoward. Trump and Cruz both won 18 delegates on election night. Marco Rubio, since dropped out, won five, and another five are uncommitted. The Cruz campaign has done the nitty-gritty work to see that those delegates are likely Cruz supporters. The only scandal here is that the Cruz campaign, built on grass-roots organizing muscle, knows the process and is working hard for every advantage. Trump’s plaint is a little like showing up at a cricket match and crying foul because the opposing team knows the rules and all you know is that you swing a bat. The Louisiana flap is a window into the intricate, state-by-state process of picking delegates to a convention in Cleveland where the allegiance of every last delegate might matter. If there is an open convention, Trump will argue that the voters should rule, not delegates no one has heard of, selected at obscure precinct, county,

district and state meetings. He will, in short, declare the entire exercise of a contested convention illegitimate. Is it? We are used to the voters directly deciding, and should Trump perform strongly enough to win a majority of delegates, 1,237, they, in effect, will. But if he falls short, the delegates enter the picture. If Trump has only won a plurality of delegates, a badly divided party would be nominating a candidate who couldn’t reach a majority and, so far, has shown no general-election appeal. In this circumstance, delegates would be justified in looking to someone else better suited to win an election and protect the party’s interests. It’s not unheard of for top vote-getters in America to fall short of the top prize. Otherwise, there would have been a Gore administration. Al Gore won the popular vote in 2000, but still fell short of George W. Bush, who won the Electoral College. If you count Michigan, where Barack Obama’s name didn’t appear on the ballot, Hillary Clinton very narrowly won the most votes in the 2008 primaries. That was good enough for an appointment as secretary of state — under President Obama, who understood the delegate-allocation rules much better. Trump has thrived so far without an extensive, traditional political operation. But politics isn’t only about TV interviews and big rallies. There is a reason that the system also rewards candidates who can motivate and muster people to do the grass-roots activism involved in winning small victories at local meetings. This is literally getting people involved in the process, and it could take on an outsized significance in deciding the immediate future of the Republican Party. Trump would be well-served to complain less about the rules, and learn more. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review. © 2016 by King Features Synd., Inc.


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• He was animated by the same studio that had created the Pink Panther. Charlie’s goal was to be chosen Answer: Dell. by Starkist. He believed himself to be so cultured he had “good taste,” and A VERYthat LARGE NUMBER was the perfect catch for Starkist. Through• Edward Kasner was a mathematician. In 1938 out Charlie wasforal-a he his was85-commercial asked to comecareer, up with a name ways rejected with a note on a fish hook that very large number: the numeral one, followed said, point theyoung mesby a “Sorry, hundredCharlie.” zeros. HeThe asked hisoftwo sage was that StarKist wasn’t looking for nephews what name they would suggest. tuna good taste, but rathersuggested for tuna that • with Nine-year-old Milton a tasted name good. out of the funnies. A cartoon strip character named Barney was very Milton • The voice of Charlie the popular. Tuna was actor chose HerBarney’s last name for the number. schel Bernardi, known for his roles in the tele• vision Kasnerseries announced newand name for the He big “Peter the Gunn” “Arnie.” number nextof book, altering the spelling. was also in thehis voice the Jolly Green Giant. • Sixty years later, Larry Page and Sergey Brin • Charlie himself never said the popular catchdeveloped a new internet search engine. Other phrase Charlie,” buteach at thewebpage end of most search“Sorry engines searched and ofranked the ads, he said, “Tell ‘em Charlie ya.”a them according to how manysent times Both of these phrases are considered among specific term appeared on them, but Page and the recognized advertising in Brinmost designed their search engine toslogans search for the specific term and then find out how many history. links there were that led back to that page, • In 1963, StarKist was purchased by the H. which resulted in a better search engine. J. Heinz Company, although a Bogdanovich • descendant They decided they asneeded a name that remained company president. reflected how many websites the search During these years, a new manufacturing faengine was searching. They took the name cility was established in American Samoa. of Edward Kasner’s very large number, only StarKist was acquired by Del Monte in 2002, they misspelled it slightly, so it ended up being who soldexactly it againthejustsame four way yearsthe later to a spelled cartoon South Korean concern, Industries. character Barney spelledDongwon his last name. What’s it called? (Answer at bottom of page) • In the late 1980s, the Charlie ad campaign was COMPUTER retired. He enjoyed a briefFACTS comeback in 1999, • when In 1981 Bill Gates said, “640 memory StarKist brought him backkbtoofintroduce ought to be enough for anybody.” their new line of healthier tuna products. • Moore’s Law states that computer performance THANKS FOR READING doubles every 18 to 24 months,TIDBITS! and ever since 1971, this has been true. Nothing makes a man or • HP, Google, Microsoft, and body of menApple so madwere as theall truth. If there is no started in garages. truth in it they laugh Answer: Google, from googol. it off. - Will Rogers

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