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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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Lousy Legacy ’23 Part I

The Roberts Court will go down as one of, if not, the worst in American history. My fear is that they may actually facilitate the end of American history, as I could recognize it anyway. I expected to write a single article along these lines after Tuesday decision came down. Now I plan on two days and hope that will be somewhat sufficient. Continue reading Lousy Legacy ’23 Part I

A New D-Day?

Thursday this site was down most of the day. There is a technological “food chain” that brings these words to your device’s screen. Almost all of it is above my pay grade and certainly my technical knowledge. Today is the 77th anniversary of D-Day which was effectively the beginning of the end of World War II. In the following I will endeavor to bring these things together while exploring three major challenges in contemporary America.

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An Undecided Mind

I’m going to disappoint a lot of my regular readers today on two points. Most often my Sunday article deals with the biggest American political event of the week just ended. I write political op-eds therefore readers expect me to express a definitive opinion. Today I will do neither; but I will still ask you to continue to explore with me. Continue reading An Undecided Mind