Tag Archives: House Ethics Commitee

Don’t Be Fooled

Today’s article is particularly aimed at the voters of New York where I expect the expulsion of George Santos from the House of Representatives to be an issue in the 2024 campaign. If the Democratic nominees are smart, they will make it one. It also illustrates just how devoid of principles the Republican House Caucus is.

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Ahead From Behind

For a variety of reasons the fourth quarter always seemed to be a heavily constrained time of the year for me. This has continued into my “retirement”. Part of the reason this year is the plethora of impeachment hearings which take up tons of hours to watch (and I watch most of them). That is far from the only political news. Today (Saturday morning) I will write ahead while catching up with the news that I’m behind commenting on. Let’s explore. Continue reading Ahead From Behind