Tag Archives: popular vote

Why Voter Nullification

NOTE: This is a corrected version.  The original article was somewhat inaccurate. 

Lost in the shuffle of the voter suppression legislation the Republicans are passing at the state level in states they control is the much more dangerous voter nullification legislation. Why are they doing it? I’d like to explain that today.

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Thanks Dick And Al

As much as I want to stop writing about Trump I can’t. He remains a threat to America and global democracy. Today I will stay within my lifetime and political awareness but still illustrate just how un-American he is. Continue reading Thanks Dick And Al

Four Years Later

The following is a work of fiction but the events discussed are 100% fact.

Setting: August 10, 2020 a hospital room in America. Continue reading Four Years Later

Excuses And Possibilities

In America’s history there have been four episodes of presidential impeachment – Andrew Johnson, Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton and Donald Trump. I have lived through three of them, one in progress. I’ve heard, and am currently hearing, a lot of lame (and often recycled) excuses but the possibilities are what really scare me. Let’s explore. Continue reading Excuses And Possibilities

Giggles, Observations And Fears

I was initially going to split this article into three groups as outlined in the title. Then I realized that in many cases my observations led to my attempts at sarcastic humor and it was almost impossible to separate them. I sincerely hope none of the fears I outline today materialize; perhaps that is why they are fears. However they are not outside the realm of possibility with Donald Trump at the helm in Washington. With all that in mind let’s explore. Continue reading Giggles, Observations And Fears