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The Enshrinement Of Ted Kennedy

The Progressive Hall of Fame was inspired by the Baseball Hall of Fame. Much like some of its most worthy inductees today’s Progressive Hall of Fame inductee is honored not for his total self, but for his work “on the field”. In his case the field was the floor of the United States Senate. Continue reading The Enshrinement Of Ted Kennedy

The Enshrinement Of Thurgood Marshall

It has been over a year since I inducted someone into the Progressive Hall of Fame. It is not something that is done lightly or under the pressure of time constraint. The theme of this man’s life could have been: Don’t just get mad and/or even; do something positive to change the situation. Continue reading The Enshrinement Of Thurgood Marshall

The Endorsement Of Alan Grayson

This is neither the first time I have recognized Alan Grayson nor is it the first time I have endorsed him. He was the inaugural Progressive of the Year in 2010. Grayson is seeking to fill the Senate seat Marco Rubio is vacating. Continue reading The Endorsement Of Alan Grayson