Tag Archives: New Deal

Expanding On Monday’s Article

I don’t know what will or will not happen to the second part of the infrastructure package but at this point what we already have is a big deal (a “BFD”, if you prefer) and I want to spend another day talking about it.

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The First Yes

Joe Biden takes office Wednesday afternoon. History is repeating itself with a Democratic President succeeding a Republican and a country in chaos (i.e. FDR and Barack Obama).  There are some obvious priorities but today I want to suggest Biden quickly move on an “optional” one.  Let’s explore.     Continue reading The First Yes

A Goal And One Path

Sometime back in early December I wrote an article entitled, An Early Peak At The 2020 Senate Races, which was published on January 2nd. Things look even better for a Democratic takeover of the upper chamber with a month passed and the House freshman may have shown progressives a path to attain that goal. Let’s explore.   Continue reading A Goal And One Path

Some Of What I Missed

As I mentioned in yesterday’s article I was away for a week or so. A lot happened during that time period and I’d like to comment on some of it today. Let’s explore. Continue reading Some Of What I Missed

ROI And A Hidden Agenda

In the wee hours of Saturday morning the Senate passed its version of the Trump Tower Tax Cut. Why and what does it mean? Those are the questions I’d like to explore today. Please come along. Continue reading ROI And A Hidden Agenda