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A Little About A Lot Of Things

I haven’t had the chance to write a catch up type article in some time now. I’ll try and cover a lot of things and I know I will still leave many uncovered. Continue reading A Little About A Lot Of Things

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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Just Two

If a sequel to the movie Star Wars was to be shot with the barroom scene having a crowd lacking in intelligence and integrity the casting would be easy. Just use the Republican Congressional delegation. The examples are extensive but in the interest of brevity I will concentrate on just two today, Kevin McCarthy and Madison Cawthorn.

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How To Handle An Abusive Relationship

American democracy finds itself in an abusive (and adversarial) relationship with the Republican Party. That is a monumental problem. The first step in solving a problem is to realize that it exists. I spent ten years on the Board of an organization that helped people deal with abusive relationships. The key to solving that issue is also straight forward.

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Part II – The Glow?

Today’s article is to a large degree Part II of yesterday’s posting entitled, Will We Turn On The Light?. In it I outlined why I was concerned about the 2022 election. Today I’ll outline a political strategy for the Democrats. Continue reading Part II – The Glow?