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No Change And Here Is Some Of Why

This article was written well ahead of scheduled publishing in order to accommodate my travel plans.

This is my last “live” article before the Georgia Senate runoff election. (Even this was written a several days before publishing.) In case anyone thinks I’ve wavered in my support of Raphael Warnock or consider this race unimportant because the Democrats have already locked up control of the next Senate, I wanted to set the record straight and reconfirm my endorsement of Rev. Dr. Senator Warnock. Today I want to discuss some of the reasons.

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The Endorsement Of John Fetterman

6 foot 8 inches tall, with a bald head, wearing a hoodie and baggy gym shorts over his tattoos. That is the way John Fetterman most often appears on the campaign trail. Not exactly your typical political candidate. But he may well be the margin of difference in saving democracy this fall.

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On Several Levels It Matters

Again, a lot happened last week but to me the big story is a no-brainer. Associate Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement.

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Here I Go Again

Sometimes I feel like a dog chasing its tail. Today’s article is another attempt at catching up on covering things I missed in the last few days that deserve a mention. I know I’ll never accomplish all I want to but let’s explore. Continue reading Here I Go Again

The Third Pillar

For years I have said that the three pillars upon which the modern Republican Party stands are greed, racism/bigotry and the promotion of ignorance. I am among those who feel that Trump is not an anomaly but an inevitable outcome of modern Republican politics. When he falls from power we will hear Republicans say that he was not really them. That will be another lie. Last week we saw further proof of this. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Third Pillar