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.
The latest number for weekly unemployment claims came out on Wednesday, November 24th. I didn’t want something this important to get lost in the shuffle of Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Omicron. It’s a big deal for the working class.
This article was written well ahead of publishing in order for the author to honor a personal commitment
Today is Thanksgiving Day in America. In reality the day is taken up with too much eating and watching football but its intent is to give thanks for all the good we have. While I, like most Americans, have a lot to be thankful for I want to center on one thing – Joe Biden. What a difference a year makes. America is so much better off this year than it was last Thanksgiving under then-President Donald Trump!
Political news is on both ends of the spectrum and today I want to briefly cover both a few good and bad developments.
Wednesday night I watched President Biden’s State of the Union Address that technically wasn’t a State of the Union Address. It was a “substantial sandwich”.