Perhaps I’ve stumbled upon a new theme for Sunday articles. Today I want to write of the biggest political outrage of the week just passed – and there were plenty of candidates. Sadly, this one received little press.
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Two What Ifs
Today’s article will look at two possible political scenarios. One that I don’t think will play out as outlined and another that thankfully is simply a fantasy. One is on the state level (with national implications). The other is national.
26 Hours In Motown
One week from tonight Detroit becomes the political epicenter of American politics as twenty Democratic 2020 hopefuls take the stage for two consecutive nights of debates in two heats of ten each. The draws are complete and I just wanted to share some of my “pregame” thoughts with you. Let’s explore. Continue reading 26 Hours In Motown
Auditions And Enhancements
I thought today would be an opportunity to tune out the insanity of the White House and take a look at the sanity pursuing it via the Democratic nomination. We are nearing the end of the first quarter and I think the opening Democratic field is basically set. There are 14 candidates of some consequence (is that a relative word!) and I see one positive and one possible entry yet to come. The other day I heard Jonathan Capehart express a theory I have on why some of them are running which he put much more eloquently and succinctly than I have. Let’s explore. Continue reading Auditions And Enhancements
Reflect, Project And…
It seemed like a good point to reflect a bit about the 2020 Democratic presidential race to date. What is the sense of reflecting if you don’t project? As someone who writes op-eds I can’t help but analyze a bit. Let’s explore. Continue reading Reflect, Project And…