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The Endorsement Of Beto O’Rourke

We could have quite a debate as to who is the worst governor in America running for reelection in 2022, but no doubt Greg Abbott of Texas would be high on that list. While it may be a bit outside, there is a chance he can be knocked off even in an “off year” election.

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Floriduh

I’ve been picking on Texas (with good cause) quite a bit lately; today it’s Florida’s turn.

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Reasonable Expectations

If all has gone according to plan Joe Biden will be the President of the United States of America for thirteen hours by the time this article is published. As with any new administration there are a plethora of expectations.  With the exception of the few still among us who were around on March 4, 1933 never has a change been this anticipated or necessary because America arguably hasn’t been in this bad of shape since then.  That also makes the task more challenging which is what I want to explore today.  Continue reading Reasonable Expectations

The Answer Is Becoming Increasingly Apparent

The question that came to the forefront last week and is gnawing at American parents of K-12 students is what to do about the school year that is about to commence. Liberal that I am; the answer is conservative and gets more apparent with each passing day. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Answer Is Becoming Increasingly Apparent

Trump Is Today’s GOP

Ever since I was a little boy growing up in suburban Buffalo, New York the Fourth of July, as we called it, was my favorite holiday. The boy can age into an old man and you can move him to another part of the country but in my case the favorite holiday hasn’t changed. Today I want to invite you along for a bit of fiction based on contemporary American politics.

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