Tag Archives: Capital Building

The Endorsement Of Andy Kim

If you, like most Americans, think that we need a youth movement among our federal office holders then you will be pleased with today’s endorsement. If you look at who the Democrats are running for the Senate in 2024 – and our endorsements this far – this candidate is not unique in that respect. Are the Democrats offering a youth movement in 2024 if only the voters will enable them to make it a reality?

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Harry Said It Best!

After looking at the today’s title my regular readers probably think I’m building this article around a Harry Truman quote. Today I’m seizing the words of Capital Police Officer Harry Dunn. Last week Tuesday the House Select Committee on 1/6 held its first session. I expected a semi-ho hum session. I was wrong!

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It Keeps Coming In

Today’s article is going to be another of those bits and pieces ones. This one written while awaiting the verdict in Minneapolis. Continue reading It Keeps Coming In

Pardon My Distracted State

I missed a lot of tidbits I wanted to comment on in the recent past. There are others developing seemingly constantly.  I’ve been a bit distracted in the last week.  It’s not every day that the sitting President of the United States assembles an anarchist mob in Washington and then dispatches them to attack the Capital Building while both chambers of the Congress are in session.  In fact it has never happened before.  As I begin what is sure to be an incomplete journey to catch up on recent events I invite you to come along.  Continue reading Pardon My Distracted State

Much More Than Just A Circus

Most often my Sunday article is about the biggest political news of the week just ended. This week will not be one of the exceptions and there was no debate as to what that story was.  Thursday’s article was written early on the morning of Wednesday January 6th.  It was entitled, Before I Get Distracted.  I predicted the events of the day would be a circus.  I was incorrect only by underestimation.  Let’s explore. Continue reading Much More Than Just A Circus