All posts by Larry Marciniak

Only Somewhat Out Of Sight

Some years ago, Hillary Clinton was ridiculed when she said there was a vast right wing conspiracy. Today she is proven to be substantially correct. There is a vast far right wing conspiracy, including in America, and it is pretty much hiding in plain sight.

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The Endorsement of Jon Tester

But he is not a progressive? He is far from a shoe-in in November? I anticipate both of those critiques from my readers as I write this. Here are the bottom lines: Jon is a good man (don’t discount that factor!), a reliable Democratic vote in the Senate and in the current political situation the Democrats are lucky to have a Senator from deep red Montana. In other words, although it is far from assured, Tester can defend that seat in ’24 and I don’t see another Democrat that can.

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Progressive Sweeping LXVI

Today’s sweeping will be mostly Trump bashing. It’s just too tempting, I can’t help myself. I’ll try and sprinkle in a few other items.

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Trump’s Next Move(s)

After Friday’s court decision one of the big questions is what does it mean for Donald Trump. I don’t have a clear answer to that question but I have some possibilities for my readers to consider. Read on, you’ll enjoy.

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It Couldn’t Happen Here. Could It?

Notice: In the interest of accuracy, on more than one occasion I use a word that may violate my PG rating.

Like most Americans I awoke Friday to the news that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was dead. He supposedly died while taking a walk at the Russian prison where he was an inmate. I grew up in a cold climate, admittedly not Siberia, but a pleasant stroll outside in February was not my idea of fun.

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