Tag Archives: 9/11

Red Or Blue It’s Gonna Get You

The twentieth anniversary of 9/11 is Saturday, a day that I don’t publish on. Therefore, I wanted to do a 9/11 article today. It has a different twist than the plethora of articles you will be hit with over the next few days but I think it gets to the essence of the real issue: a deadly threat to America.

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Plenty Of Blame To Go Around But It Is Skewed

It is Friday afternoon as I pen this. I needed to disclose that on two accounts. As expected, despite Mike Lindell’s proclamations to the contrary, Donald Trump was not returned to the Oval Office on Friday morning. (Who said Friday the Thirteenth was bad?) That would have no doubt been the biggest political story of last week. The situation in Afghanistan is both dynamic and of rapidly evolving, therefore some of the information contained within may be very dated by publication time.

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Why Voter Nullification

NOTE: This is a corrected version.  The original article was somewhat inaccurate. 

Lost in the shuffle of the voter suppression legislation the Republicans are passing at the state level in states they control is the much more dangerous voter nullification legislation. Why are they doing it? I’d like to explain that today.

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Part II – The Glow?

Today’s article is to a large degree Part II of yesterday’s posting entitled, Will We Turn On The Light?. In it I outlined why I was concerned about the 2022 election. Today I’ll outline a political strategy for the Democrats. Continue reading Part II – The Glow?