Tag Archives: Eric Cantor

Next Up?

Timestamp: Sunday morning.

I don’t know who the next speaker of the House will be but if past is prologue don’t hold your breath looking for another superstar like Nancy Pelosi. With the Republicans in control, I thought we’d take a little stroll down memory lane. Continue reading Next Up?

Consequences And Veterans

How do you put Veterans’ Day and a short analysis of the 2018 election and its consequences together into a single brief article? Let’s explore. Continue reading Consequences And Veterans

There Certainly Is A Difference!

One of the most frustrating reasons I hear for not voting is “Politicians are all alike so why should I bother voting? It doesn’t make any difference anyway.” Anyone who says that is terribly wrong on both points and simply enables bad people to get into and stay in office. Let’s explore. Continue reading There Certainly Is A Difference!

Irreconcilable Differences

When you operate a country of over 320 million people with a two party political system expecting homogony is unrealistic. There are interest groups in either Party. The individual hierarchy of issues will vary by individual. Today’s version of the Republican Party has taken that principle to the breaking point and it is now time for them to either reinvent themselves or split up. To me it looks like the latter is the only viable option. Continue reading Irreconcilable Differences