Tag Archives: Don McConnell

Of This And That

Not to diminish from the importance of anything I will cover today but it is another one of those days where I will briefly comment on several different things.

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The First Indication

Anyone who thinks Mitch McConnell is going to play nice with Joe Biden is naïve (and I’m being polite in my choice of words). McConnell’s strategy will be one of obstruction with the goal of winning a bunch of Congressional seats in the mid-term by making Biden, and by extension the Democrats, look unsuccessful. He employed this strategy once before winning back the House in 2010 and the Presidency in 2016 (with a little help from his friends in Moscow).  There is a lot to unpack here; let’s explore. Continue reading The First Indication

Kamala And The Cabinet

I expect a very interesting game of Democratic musical chairs to play out over the next few weeks. The main “ballroom” will be in California, not DC and the “guest DJ” in will be Mitch McConnell.  Let’s explore. Continue reading Kamala And The Cabinet

A Four Day Sham And Other Distractions

It is just past noon on Sunday as I begin to pen this article for publication at 1am on Monday. I’d like to look a few days in the past and a few days into the future. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Four Day Sham And Other Distractions

(Probably) Temporary “Stability”

Today’s title is almost a collection of incompatible words when used in that combination. Its subject is Monday’s Supreme Court ruling in June Medical Services, L.L.C. v Russo. While it looks like a straightforward victory for pro-choice people I contend it is much more complicated. Let’s explore. Continue reading (Probably) Temporary “Stability”