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The Who Didn’t Speak Spoke The Loudest

As I pen this the closing arguments in the Trump hush money trial are going on. I’d have never made it to the jury and I haven’t been paying as close of attention as many others but I already know everything I need to.

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Progressive Sweeping LXXIII

A lot is pending and I have a lot to say, so let’s go.

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A Song And A Poll

“In olden days a glimpse of stocking was looked on as something shocking. Now, Heaven knows, anything goes.” Those are the opening words of the 1967 song, Anything Goes, as performed by Harper’s Bizarre. I’ll expand on that below and juxtapose it with a recent poll.

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Timestamp: Sunday morning

I haven’t written a lot about the situation in the Middle East but I’ve far from ignored it. It is certainly dynamic, hence the timestamp. October 7th didn’t occur in a vacuum but it was a game changer. This weekend’s Iranian attack on Israel will prove to be another inflection point, but there was one heck of an overture. With all that in mind I’d like to propose the outline of a path forward from an American perspective.

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