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Another Reason To Celebrate

This may not be most people’s biggest American political story of last week, but it is mine. Last week we saw that in 2024 America capitalism and collective labor action works much better and faster than our courts do. Doubt me? Read on as I explain.

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Divert, Delay, Dissuade

I saw this coming. In fact, I have warned of it before in this column. On Monday Trump’s hand picked RNC Chair, Ronna McDaniel, (she dropped the Romney middle name when Trump became uncomfortable with it despite her blood relation to Mitt Romney) told Breitbart News that the Republican party had recruited over 45,000 poll watchers in battleground states for the 2022 elections. This has nothing to do with the advertised integrity and everything to do with voter intimidation and other undemocratic intents.

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GOP – Where From Here?

When the truth is found to be lies,

And all the joy within you dies,

Don’t you want somebody to love,

Don’t you need somebody to love,

Wouldn’t you love somebody to love,

You better find somebody to love

 

Those are the opening lines of the Jefferson Airplane’s 1967 hit, Somebody to Love, which Grace Slick belted out.  That song posed a lot of questions that today’s Republican Party should be asking itself.  Let’s explore. Continue reading GOP – Where From Here?