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Progressive Sweeping LIV

Timestamp: Early Wednesday morning.

All of next week’s article will be “pre-recorded”. Since this is my last “live” article for a week what is a more fitting way to transition than to write a cleanup one?

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Progressive Sweeping XXII

One thing is for certain: We do not live in boring times; at least not in politics anyway!

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Progressive Sweeping XI

I guess I should commence with an apology. Despite the title – which has become a crutch for me – these articles are primarily catch up articles. Many of the topics dealt with below deserve a full article if not more and others will simply fall on the cutting room floor. Without further ado, let’s begin.

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Right Wing Racism + International Style

Today’s article is relatively short. Do not mistake its brevity for proof of lack of importance. It is as much proof of a theory as an observation. While it is based on the situation in Ukraine it has much wider implications and sadly, applications. I hesitate to write of Ukraine, especially in an article whose publication date is uncertain at the time of its writing, but the message is too important for me to remain silent any longer.

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