Surprise. A Potpourri Thursday

It is Tuesday afternoon as I begin to write this. I am willing to bet a lot of you expected to see a piece dealing with Robert Mueller’s testimony on Capitol Hill. So many strange things happen in Washington these days that even at this late hour I wasn’t completely convinced that Mueller would testify or that his testimony would warrant a column. (We all know the answers to those questions by this reading.) With that in mind and wanting to clear most of Wednesday to watch what I hope will be Mueller’s testimony I decided to do another catch up/potpourri article. Let’s explore. Continue reading Surprise. A Potpourri Thursday

Buttigieg And A Bumper Sticker

Monday morning I caught a snippet of an appearance a candidate did. That afternoon my wife saw a bumper sticker. Put them together and they prove a point while providing a lesson for 2020 Democratic candidates regardless of office. Let’s explore. Continue reading Buttigieg And A Bumper Sticker

26 Hours In Motown

One week from tonight Detroit becomes the political epicenter of American politics as twenty Democratic 2020 hopefuls take the stage for two consecutive nights of debates in two heats of ten each. The draws are complete and I just wanted to share some of my “pregame” thoughts with you. Let’s explore. Continue reading 26 Hours In Motown

Suddenly A Useful Skill

Two articles caught my attention last weekend. Like most Americans, I am an English speaker but due to where I grew up and my ethnicity I have an extremely limited vocabulary in Polish. The latter became useful as I described one of the stories; which at their core are very similar. Let’s explore. Continue reading Suddenly A Useful Skill