Tag Archives: George H. W. Bush

Why Voter Nullification

NOTE: This is a corrected version.  The original article was somewhat inaccurate. 

Lost in the shuffle of the voter suppression legislation the Republicans are passing at the state level in states they control is the much more dangerous voter nullification legislation. Why are they doing it? I’d like to explain that today.

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The Optimal Choice

This is not the article I intended to publish twenty-four hours ago when I wrote yesterday’s article, A Lot Of Smoke. Today I find it necessary so please indulge me and come along. Continue reading The Optimal Choice

A Lot Went On

Traditionally the Sunday article’s subject matter is the biggest political news story of the week just ended. You pick it; I certainly can’t. Therefore I’ll briefly comment on several of the candidates. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Lot Went On

I Like Ketchup Better Than Catch Up

Perhaps it is primarily a combination of my accent and poor phonics background, but the word “ketchup” and the phrase “catch up” sound almost alike to me. As happens too many Thursdays today’s article is an attempt to catch up on some recent news I have not had the opportunity to cover. Let’s explore. Continue reading I Like Ketchup Better Than Catch Up

Confused But Not Amused

It’s late Friday afternoon, Congress has gone home for the weekend, I have a lot planned for tomorrow and at 1am EST Sunday my readers are going to expect a new posting that most likely covers the biggest American political story of the week just ended. What am I to do? I’ll write it now. If you’ll come along you’ll see my latest remarks on the Trump Shutdown 3.0 (and perhaps a few other tidbits too tempting to pass up). Continue reading Confused But Not Amused