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Progressive Sweeping XLIII

I suspect I’ll be spending a good part of this week on either indictment watch or indictment analysis so I wanted to catch up on a few items first.

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Abundance Of Opinions; Shortage Of Capacity

My biggest frustration in writing this column is that I lack the resources to cover everything I would like to. Today’s is another of those catch up type pieces and I have an opinion about each item.

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Squeeze Play

There is a serious conteingent of American political observers who feel that the executive branch is the most powerful of the three theoretically equal branches of government.  I have long contended that it is the judicial branch.  The reality is that five Supreme Court justices can do just about anything they want to without a check on their actions.  That was proven again Monday.

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And In Other Outrages…

There are only seven days in the week and I only publish on five of them. That is simply insufficient to cover all the political outrages in today’s America. Today will be another of my attempts to catch up.

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Sunday – Part III

Well, we have finally reached the last installment of the trilogy of articles covering the biggest political stories in America last week. This one took place in the only branch of the federal government clearly under Republican control. I know it’s not supposed to be or designed that way, but that is the reality. I take you to last Friday at the Supreme Court.

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