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Progressive Sweeping XXI

The end of December is traditionally a slow time in American political news. Not in 2022! Therefore, back-to-back catchup articles.

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Progressive Sweeping XVIII

I have a lot accumulated in my “backlog” so let’s try and cover some of it today. Continue reading Progressive Sweeping XVIII

No Change And Here Is Some Of Why

This article was written well ahead of scheduled publishing in order to accommodate my travel plans.

This is my last “live” article before the Georgia Senate runoff election. (Even this was written a several days before publishing.) In case anyone thinks I’ve wavered in my support of Raphael Warnock or consider this race unimportant because the Democrats have already locked up control of the next Senate, I wanted to set the record straight and reconfirm my endorsement of Rev. Dr. Senator Warnock. Today I want to discuss some of the reasons.

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Progressive Sweeping XV

I’ll be hitting the road for a few days. This will be my last “live posting” until I get back. Seems like a perfect time to do some sweeping of my notes and email box.

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The Responsibility Of A Right

I’d like to say I’m writing about a single incident, but I’m not. There have been several mass shootings in recent American history perpetrated by young white males who were too young to legally purchase the weapons used. They simply took them from their homes where their parents were old enough to buy said weapons.

I am 100% in favor of holding the parents criminally responsible for the killings their sons did with the weapons they took from the home. If those weapons were handled responsibly the kids would have never gotten a hold of them. It is really that simple.

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