It’s not a rule but it seems a lot of my Thursday articles are of the clean up variety. This will certainly be one of them. Continue reading Another Thursday Clean Up
Tag Archives: state’s rights
Same Play – Three Different Centuries
State’s Rights. It sounds good and in fact had a noble intent. Over now three centuries of American history it has been used to justify bad.
Impeachment is sucking up all the oxygen in the political news world but there is much else going on that I want to try to touch on. The operative word may be “try”. Let’s explore. Continue reading Otherwise Happening
In Case You Haven’t Heard
Today’s is another one of those catch up articles that I seem to write several times a month. The most challenging aspect of writing this blog is deciding what items not to cover; there is simply too much material. The second most difficult may well be what to title so many articles with the same theme. With that in mind let’s explore the past fortnight or so. Continue reading In Case You Haven’t Heard
Congress comes into a lot of criticism for being unproductive. Speaker Paul Ryan likes to defend the productivity of the House by citing the number of bills it passes that die in the Senate. While I am far from a defender of Mitch McConnell’s Senate, if I put my old management hat on I would say we are dealing with a quality control problem in addition to a productivity problem. Let’s explore. Continue reading House Garbage