Tag Archives: Iowa

Progressive Sweeping LVII

It’s another one of those days where I have let a lot of things that I want to at least mention accumulate. Without further ado, let’s go.

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A Man

This will catch many of my foreign readers by surprise. Today is a national holiday in America: Martin Luther King Day. I don’t like writing fluff pieces and I hope today’s posting will be more than that. Dr. King was a teacher to all of us and as with most teachers not all the intended pupils learned their lessons. Continue reading A Man

A Highway To Hell

Since at least the 1964 election (Operation Eagle Eye) the Republican party has been the party of voter suppression. I thought when the decision came down on Monday that the biggest American political story of the week had occurred. With the value of the subsequent history, I wasn’t wrong. It didn’t get a lot of press but the potential is both huge and almost inevitable to be reached!

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Do More

How many times do you tell someone a political story and they just shake their head in disbelief? I have a pet theory that overall Americans are lousy hiring managers. When we vote that is exactly what we are; or what we should be envisioning ourselves as at least.

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