Which state has the craziest Republicans? That is a question I often ask myself and the answer is as clear as mud. Sometimes it seems like there are nearly 50 contestants vying for the top spot. In recent days Michigan is the clear winner.
I often ponder which state has the craziest Republicans. To truly determine that I’d have to analyze words and actions right down to the state legislative level and I simply lack sufficient resources to do a credible job of that. Today I want to submit four nominees after reading Catherine Rampell’s op-ed entitled, Red states are now paying people not to get vaccinated, in the Washington Post.
Today I want to talk about a bi-partisan – but heavily skewed to the Republicans – problem in America. Those who monitor rather than read me will be pleased in that I’ll actually say a few critical things about some Democrats. They deserve it and their fear of those who accept right wing mythology has everything to do with it.
It’s a rather pleasant Saturday morning as I commence penning this article intended for Sunday reading. The challenge is to keep with tradition and explore the biggest political story of last week. In the Trump era it seems we have a never ending continuum of stories one more outrageous than its predecessor or its successor. Therefore I have decided to take a brief look at several incidents in the full knowledge that I will fall incomplete. Nevertheless, let’s explore. Continue reading Trapped In A Seeming Infinity
Most often the Sunday article covers the biggest political story of the week just ended. Well, they are simply coming to fast and furiously to determine one as the biggest. Separating them is also another challenge. Also the volume is overwhelming to the point that too many stories get little or no coverage despite their impact. Today I will use a slightly different format of “quick hits” more like one of the many “catch up” articles. Upon commencement I already know one day will be woefully inadequate so this is effectively Part I and Monday’s article will be Part II. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Day Is Inadequate