Today is Valentines Day, a day to celebrate love. Nobody loves uncertainly and today I want to get into three cases of it.
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Three Very Briefly
Generally speaking, the Sunday article’s topic is the biggest story in American politics of the week just ended. This week I have three in mind. Two of them are taking place outside of the United States. To make it even more complicated two if not all of them may well be in a very different state in the hours between when I pen this and when it is published, let alone when you read it. All that said, let’s take a brief look at them together.
Before I Sweep
Today’s will be another of the catch up variety articles. Usually I refer to items left on the cutting room floor. Here we go with what didn’t fall that far. Continue reading Before I Sweep
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
My main subject is American politics. Occasionally I veer into international politics because, unlike our current president, I realize that America doesn’t operate in a vacuum. I often ponder the advantages of a parliamentary system of federal government. With the news of the last few days I also am seeing the downsides. Let’s explore. Continue reading Parliamentary Envy?