Tag Archives: New York

A 2024 Case For Rank Choice Voting

At first glance I’m going deep into the weeds today. After you read this, I think you will find that I’m just being practical. Perhaps a bit visonary, but practical. Tuesday Robert Kennedy, Jr. announced his Veep pick. It really doesn’t matter in that she has about as good a chance of becoming Vice President as I do and I’m not running. The reason she was picked has nothing to do with electability; it has everything to do with money and ballot access.

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Progressive Sweeping LXIX

This will give us all somethings to ponder while we wait to see and hear the latest developments in the financial and legal perils of Donald Trump. I could have speculated about them today -and that is all anybody is doing is speculating- but then I wouldn’t have been able to touch on all these other topics.

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Of Cathy And Elise

Last week New York Republican Representative Elise Stefanik continued her stupid act. (I have every reason to believe that she is actually intelligent so I have resorted to using the word “act”.) Elise paraphrased Ronald Reagan asking voters if they were better off today than four years ago. I’ll take the liberty of a few days in my illustrations and then answer her question.

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Progressive Sweeping LXVII

There is a huge story that I should be writing about today (at this point I’m saving it for Sunday). Who knows what will pop between now and when I write Sunday’s article. In any event, there is plenty to “sweep up” today.

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Progressive Sweeping LVI

You knew yesterday’s article was incomplete so here we go. (Again? Still?).

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