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There Is Good News

I woke up in a very good mood this morning and despite a plethora of scandalous news coming out of Washington I have somehow remained in it for at least these few more hours. Something happened last weekend that is contributing to my sunny attitude and I’d like to share it with you. Continue reading There Is Good News

The Endorsement Of Beto O’Rourke

The Senate races garnering the most attention (including mine) going into Election Day are the closely contested ones. The Democrats have to net two in order to take back the chamber which considering the numbers and states will be difficult. An upset win would go a long way to help the cause; and one in Texas would be particularly sweet. Continue reading The Endorsement Of Beto O’Rourke

Persuasion 2018 – Part Three

In today’s installment of my series on persuasion I want to concentrate on one target demographic: young people. You will find a lot of similar strategies for activating young voters and women. News flash to the old, white men of the GOP: women are people. Let’s explore. Continue reading Persuasion 2018 – Part Three

The Endorsement Of John McNeil

I met John McNeil this past January as he was just beginning his run for the House of Representatives. At that point it was in North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District. Due to a subsequent court ruling that the Republicans in Raleigh had unconstitutionally redrawn the districts in 2011 he and I now find ourselves in North Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District. Long story short: John won his primary and ends up facing Republican incumbent “Sleeping” George Holding in the general election anyway.   Continue reading The Endorsement Of John McNeil