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The Endorsement Of Raphael Warnock

It’s another swing state endorsement today. It is also another clear choice between the candidates!

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The Endorsement Of Cheri Beasley

I have lived in North Carolina for more than a decade. Both the choice and the stakes are clear when it comes to the U.S. Senate race in the Tar Heel state this fall. I’d rank a state or two ahead of it in probability of flipping a Senate seat but it will certainly be one of the biggest battlegrounds. It may be a slight exaggeration but I see the choice akin to one between good and evil one.

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Two Pi Day Thoughts

Today is Pi Day. Most of my readers will understand that. The “holiday” is basically a nerdy inside joke. It is a celebration of superior intelligence. We were taught two lessons over the past few years and I fear our leaders learned neither. I’d like to briefly discuss them today.

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Still A BFD

The biggest political story of the week just ended occurred Thursday morning when the Supreme Court announced its decision in California v Texas and Texas v California (yes, I find that confusing too) which for the third time upheld Obamacare; this time by a surprising 7-2 vote. Continue reading Still A BFD

It Hasn’t Stopped

With the demise of the Trump administration you would have thought the volume of material for a guy who writes political op-eds would have slowed down. Not so far. Today’s article will be a series of quick hits.

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