Wrong, But For How Long?

This article was written well ahead of scheduled publishing in order to accommodate my travel plans.

I predicted the possibility of massive voter intimidation in 2022. For the most part I was incorrect. However, I fear I may have just been premature. The Republicans severely underperformed in 2022. Their MAGA base will never blame it on bad candidates and/or the lack of a platform that addressed the voters’ concerns. The professional political class of Republicans have spent at least since 2009 ignoring the issues and are simply obsessed with winning at any cost including American democracy and the welfare of much of their current base. In fact, their goal is eventually to eliminate voters from the equation.

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No Change And Here Is Some Of Why

This article was written well ahead of scheduled publishing in order to accommodate my travel plans.

This is my last “live” article before the Georgia Senate runoff election. (Even this was written a several days before publishing.) In case anyone thinks I’ve wavered in my support of Raphael Warnock or consider this race unimportant because the Democrats have already locked up control of the next Senate, I wanted to set the record straight and reconfirm my endorsement of Rev. Dr. Senator Warnock. Today I want to discuss some of the reasons.

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Progressive Sweeping XVII

I’m planning on being away for a few days soon so what better time to do some sweeping?

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5 Ladies Serving

There were some godawful candidates in 2022. Most lost. Unfortunately, a few of them slipped through and were elected. This may not be the biggest political story of the week just ended – as my Sunday articles most often are about – but I’d like to talk about five very talented ladies who won and we should be grateful for their service.

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