In order to (I presume) accurately quote a late Senator one word in this article will violate my PG rating.
Today’s will be another article of the catch up variety. There is a lot to cover much of which if history is a guide I’ll never get to. Continue reading It Never Stops
I’m a political junkie and spend a lot of my time looking at political information including polls. Some of the polling I’m privy to includes information well beyond what you get on TV, radio or in the newspaper. I realize that few Americans have the time or information I do but this is the time of year people want to know what races look like. Today I’d like to discuss how to evaluate polls without spending half your day in the process. Let’s explore. Continue reading Political Polls At A Glance
North Carolina has a lot of political problems. One of them is its Congressional delegation. In my case I am currently “represented” in the Senate by Richard Burr and Thom Tillis; in the House by “Sleeping” (and thankfully retiring) George Holding. The good news (in addition to having been moved into David Price’s district for the next Congress) is that Tillis’ seat is up in 2020. With all that and much more in mind please continue as I explain why today tellthetruthonthem.com is endorsing Cal Cunningham for the United States Senate from North Carolina. Continue reading The Endorsement Of Cal Cunningham
The Washington Post is currently running a series by Michael E. Miller and Steven Rich outlining the lack of prosecution of hate crimes in D.C. This is not the big story of last week, but perhaps when you look a bit below the surface it is the big problem of early 21st century America. It is certainly one of the biggest. Let’s explore. Continue reading America’s 98.5% Problem
Discounting the lies (which is the discount of the century) the biggest reason the Trump administration gets away with so much evil is because the American public simply can’t keep up with the volume. That includes political junkies like me. It is simply a case of too much information in too small a time. I’d like to take what seems like my weekly stab at “decluttering”. Let’s explore. Continue reading Information Overload