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A Few Observations From Across The Atlantic

As an op-ed writer I’m entitled to express opinions but they should mostly be based on at least better than average knowledge of the subject matter at hand. I’d like to think I adhere to that “rule”; today will be a bit of an exception. That does not diminish the importance of some of my observations nor excuse you from giving them thought.

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It All Comes Down To Mitch

The American and the global economy are unnecessarily flirting with disaster (or at least uncharted territory that no sane American wants to traverse). In my mind averting it may well come down to the actions of one man above all others. That man is Mitch McConnell.

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The Endorsement Of Joe Biden

It may seem early but if you read the following you will see that endorsing Joe Biden for reelection was an inevitability. And a well justified one at that! Let me begin with the practicality and then move on to the justification.

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Progressive Sweeping XXVIII

Today is a perfect day for me to do one of my catchup articles. The compelling reason for that will become apparent in tomorrow’s posting. So here we go.

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