The right wing likes to throw around a couple of terms lately to make themselves feel smart. To use President Biden’s word, in reality they are malarkey. One of them is The Replacement Theory.
Instead of picking the biggest political story of the week just passed today I want to briefly explore two possible political scenarios; one whispered about and the other ignored.
There are so many things happening in politics that I would like to comment on. Today I’d like to do one of my incomplete “catch up” articles. Let’s explore. Continue reading Little Bits About A Lot of Things
In 2012 Nate Silver published one of the best political science books of the 21st century, The Signal and the Noise. In it he asked the reader to distinguish between the diversions and the omens. Coronapalooza-Tulsa on Saturday night is being viewed by many progressives as a signal when in reality it is just noise. To perceive it as a signal is dangerous. Let’s explore. Continue reading Saturday Night Noise
Today I’d like to take a look ahead to the 2020 elections. 34 Senate seats, all 435 House seats and the presidency are all up. At this distant point it looks very good for the Democrats and by extension progressive causes. It almost looks too good and that is what concerns me. Let’s explore. Continue reading Things Look Good. That Scares Me!