Tag Archives: 2018 election

Over Coffee And A Donut

Over the years I’ve had many conversations about term limits for members of congress. The catalyst for the latest one was frustration over where we stood a few hours before I penned this on Monday morning. It appears that a best case scenario is that an eleventh hour agreement resulting in a CR that  would keep the government open until some new self-imposed deadline. Keep in mind a budget was due back in September of 2023 and our best hope is to again kick the can further down the road and operate under an extended 2022 agreement. Few, if any, employers would tolerate that kind of job performance from their employees and few, if any, educators would pass a student with a similar performance.

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Here I Go Again

I could probably write a catch up article everyday and still not cover everything worth covering. Today I’m going to take another sure to be incomplete stab at it.

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Two Brands; Both Dangerous

There are two far right political brands in America today. They are both dangerous to American democracy. Think this is all hyperbole; read on. Continue reading Two Brands; Both Dangerous

GOP – Where From Here?

When the truth is found to be lies,

And all the joy within you dies,

Don’t you want somebody to love,

Don’t you need somebody to love,

Wouldn’t you love somebody to love,

You better find somebody to love

 

Those are the opening lines of the Jefferson Airplane’s 1967 hit, Somebody to Love, which Grace Slick belted out.  That song posed a lot of questions that today’s Republican Party should be asking itself.  Let’s explore. Continue reading GOP – Where From Here?