It is a rainy Monday morning in metro Raleigh as I begin to write this article. That is probably reflective of the mood in the halls of power of the national GOP. They spent a good part of last week trying to put out fires caused by Trump and the Tea Party only to have Trump start another on Sunday with a tweet. Let’s explore. Continue reading Can The GOP Survive Trump Until November?
Today’s article is another endorsement of what is generally considered to be a moderate Democratic Senate candidate running in a purple state. The reality is that any progressive and/or patriotic Missourian should vote to reelect Senator Claire McCaskill this November. Doubt me? Let’s explore. Continue reading The Endorsement Of Claire McCaskill
It is the late afternoon of Friday July 27th as I begin to write this article. The 2018 mid-term elections are approximately 100 days away. Today, for the first time in his presidency President Trump convened the National Security Council to discuss defending the election against the Russian attacks that have already commenced. Also it looks like the Republicans have made a few politically pragmatic moves this week. Is it all too late? Let’s explore. Continue reading Too Late?
For an administration that tells so many lies you would think they would be talented at it; they are not! Let’s explore. Continue reading Poor Deceptions
One of the nice things about being your own boss is that to a great degree you get to set the policies. Another is that you get to make an occasional exception to them. Today is the first exception to my policy on adding books to the Recommended Reading List. What I generally do is post a brief special notice that includes a comment or two about the book just added. Today I am dedicating an entire article to Madeleine Albright’s Fascism: A Warning. That is how huge an impression it made on me and how much I suggest you consider reading it. Continue reading Fascism: A Warning