Tag Archives: Detroit

Three Very Briefly

Generally speaking, the Sunday article’s topic is the biggest story in American politics of the week just ended. This week I have three in mind. Two of them are taking place outside of the United States. To make it even more complicated two if not all of them may well be in a very different state in the hours between when I pen this and when it is published, let alone when you read it. All that said, let’s take a brief look at them together.

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If It Wasn’t A Tragedy It Would Be A Comedy

Every day in the Trump era is more amazing than the preceding one. Tuesday was no exception.  Today’s entire article will cover a few of the events from that day alone.  Let’s explore.  Continue reading If It Wasn’t A Tragedy It Would Be A Comedy

A Tuesday Morning In Mid-July

It’s just another hot, sunny mid-July Tuesday morning in the triangle region of North Carolina as I commence writing this article for Wednesday morning’s publishing. There are a lot of thoughts going through my head and I’d like to share a few of them with you. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Tuesday Morning In Mid-July

I’m Back

Ready or not, I’m back. To fill you in, the root problem was emergency gall bladder surgery. That’s enough about me. I can’t possibly catch up but I’d like to take a look at three occurrences since we last met. Let’s explore.    Continue reading I’m Back

26 Hours In Motown

One week from tonight Detroit becomes the political epicenter of American politics as twenty Democratic 2020 hopefuls take the stage for two consecutive nights of debates in two heats of ten each. The draws are complete and I just wanted to share some of my “pregame” thoughts with you. Let’s explore. Continue reading 26 Hours In Motown