Tag Archives: public education

Progressive Sweeping XVII

I’m planning on being away for a few days soon so what better time to do some sweeping?

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The Endorsement Of Mandela Barnes

Wisconsin. In 2022 it is a swing state with a clear choice when it comes to the Senate race!

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Rants, Raves And Observations

For many it’s the first day back to work after a long weekend. I’ll give you a few things to talk about at coffee break.

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The Endorsement Of Cheri Beasley

I have lived in North Carolina for more than a decade. Both the choice and the stakes are clear when it comes to the U.S. Senate race in the Tar Heel state this fall. I’d rank a state or two ahead of it in probability of flipping a Senate seat but it will certainly be one of the biggest battlegrounds. It may be a slight exaggeration but I see the choice akin to one between good and evil one.

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An Incomplete – With A Lot Of Merit

Today’s topic deserves at least an essay if not a book. I haven’t written an essay in several years (the old ones were all lost in one of the hacks) and my book projects (yes, they exist) aren’t exactly moving at warp speed. Therefore, you have today’s title and format. The topic? It’s student debt relief that I do not feel can be discussed without touching on the larger topic of public education. Hence, the article’s title.

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