Tag Archives: African-American vote

More Than The Presidency

The race for the White House has garnered most of the political news coverage but equally important (and arguably more important) is control of the Senate. Today I’d like to give you a less than crystal clear look at what that looks like. Let’s explore. Continue reading More Than The Presidency

The Optimal Choice

This is not the article I intended to publish twenty-four hours ago when I wrote yesterday’s article, A Lot Of Smoke. Today I find it necessary so please indulge me and come along. Continue reading The Optimal Choice

One Chart

I am currently reading Capital And Ideology by the French economist Thomas Piketty. The book is very long, packed with interesting discussions and charts. One chart really grabbed me and I’d like to discuss it with you today. Continue reading One Chart

Madam Veep

Today I’d like to play the latest political parlor game that doesn’t involve Trump bashing. It even stays within the most recent coronavirus social distancing guidelines because we can play it virtually thereby avoiding crowds of more than ten people. The game is: Who will Joe Biden pick as his running mate? In my version I have slimed the list down considerably. In fact I not only have it down to four but I will rank them in order of likeliness. Let’s explore. Continue reading Madam Veep

It’s Joey

It’s Wednesday afternoon as I finish writing this article. Last night’s results are still coming in but it has become apparent that Joe Biden will be the Democratic nominee in 2020. Let’s explore. Continue reading It’s Joey