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Two Souths

Today’s story contains two lessons from two “Souths”: South Africa and South Carolina. The first will end up affecting you no matter where in the world you live. The second affects you if you live in America. Let’s explore. Continue reading Two Souths

Donald’s Swamp (2017 Holiday Version)

I’m just getting back in my version of live blogging mode having concentrated on family for the last part of December. I will admit that I didn’t follow the political news as intently as I normally do but that doesn’t mean I was totally ignorant of it. A lot happened, none of it good and I’d like to review some of it with you today. Let’s explore. Continue reading Donald’s Swamp (2017 Holiday Version)

An Early And Incomplete Look At The 2018 Congressional Elections

It’s the afternoon of New Year’s Eve 2017. The guests have all departed. My wife and I long ago passed the point in life where we are going to stay up late to watch a ball drop and I’m back to my version of live blogging. Today I’d like to take a premature look at the upcoming November Congressional elections. Buckle up and let’s explore. Continue reading An Early And Incomplete Look At The 2018 Congressional Elections

The Weak Links?

If my observations are correct I am not the only one viewing the Trump administration as an organized criminal enterprise. Robert Mueller is also. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Weak Links?

There Is Still Much To Be Thankful For

Being a progressive in the age of Trump it is much easier to shake my head in disbelief than pick my chin up. Today is Thanksgiving Day in America a day where we traditionally stop and give thanks for what we have. Despite the darkness we currently live in there are some lights and I’d like to give thanks for a few today. Continue reading There Is Still Much To Be Thankful For