I think this is the first time I felt I had to use Tuesday’s article to review the previous week. That is a reflection of how bad it is getting in Washington. Today’s article deals with a single House vote. This is one of the rare occasions where a Congressional vote was so egregious that I felt it merited its own article. Let’s explore. Continue reading 5 Dirty Dozens And 4 Dishonorable Mentions
Tag Archives: Steve King
No Fun Stuff Here
This is another of my attempts to catchup on recent political events. The “best” piece is not exactly cause for celebration, so you can anticipate what the remainder is like. Let’s explore. Continue reading No Fun Stuff Here
Trump Is Today’s GOP
Ever since I was a little boy growing up in suburban Buffalo, New York the Fourth of July, as we called it, was my favorite holiday. The boy can age into an old man and you can move him to another part of the country but in my case the favorite holiday hasn’t changed. Today I want to invite you along for a bit of fiction based on contemporary American politics.
Please note: The following is a work of political fiction. Continue reading Trump Is Today’s GOP
181 Unpatriotic Enablers
This may be the most boring to read article I will write in 2019 but Tuesday’s vote in the House of Representatives has me angry. Let’s explore. Continue reading 181 Unpatriotic Enablers
Was This A Tough Vote?
Last Thursday the House passed H. Res. 183 by a vote of 407-23-1-1. The resolution condemned hate speech and intolerance. I think that this was a no-brainer to vote for and it should have passed unanimously. Evidentially for two dozen Republicans this was complicated. Let’s explore. Continue reading Was This A Tough Vote?