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Inform Or Ignore?

Anyone who covers the American political scene is faced with a decision regarding whether to and if so, how to cover Donald Trump. Cable news has it particularly difficult; they have to fill 24 hours-a-day, seven days a week. By contrast I only have to write five columns in that same time period. Yet, essentially the decisions are the same.

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Progressive Sweeping LXX

Today is Aprils Fools’ Day (I’ll be “celebrating” a lot of fools in today’s article) and to me, being of Polish ethnicity, it is Dyngus Day which I won’t try and explain other than it was a “reason” to do a lot of drinking in my younger days after which I probably acted like a fool.

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Closing Arguments – Part Two

Today is the second day of data driven arguments for voting and certainly not for Trump or his enablers. Tomorrow’s article with be more emotionally driven.  Let’s continue to explore. Continue reading Closing Arguments – Part Two

Around A Tavern Table

Education comes from many experiences in life, certainly not just the classroom. One of the experiences that taught me the most about life was coaching basketball. And that education certainly didn’t all come wearing a suit and tie while sitting on the bench. I want to relate one night’s experience decades ago and apply its lesson to the Trump administration. Let’s explore. Continue reading Around A Tavern Table