Tag Archives: Koch brothers

Progressive Sweeping L

I have to question myself as to whether the decision to use this format today was one of prudence or convenience. My guess is that it is a bit of both. In any event, here we go.

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What Can I Do About It?

I had an entirely different plan for today’s article then I read Dana Milbank’s opinion piece in Wednesday morning’s Washington Post entitled, Koch Industries’ valentine to Vladimir Putin. The title of today’s post is a question; its last paragraph is the answer. Continue reading What Can I Do About It?

The Endorsement Of Theresa Greenfield

Will Iowans elected a self-proclaimed simple farm girl to replace the castrator from the Koch Brothers in the United States Senate? We’ll find out this November. Let’s explore the reasons why they should. Continue reading The Endorsement Of Theresa Greenfield

The Last Sentence Is The Scariest Part

Today’s is another of those clean up type articles. As I commence writing it I don’t know how long it will be. When you get to the end you’ll know how incomplete it was. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Last Sentence Is The Scariest Part

Me Is Part Of We

The grammar of this article’s title is terrible but that was the way I envision and wanted to communicate the underlying message which I feel expresses the core value of being an American. The individual is just part of the collection and we have a moral obligation to think of the group above what benefits or impacts us personally. With that in mind, let’s explore. Continue reading Me Is Part Of We