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Progressive Sweeping LVII

When I go back-to-back with this format it usually indicates that a lot of bad things have happened in American politics or I’ve avoided it for a bit. In this case it is a little of both.

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He Is Special

Love him or hate him you have to admit that Donald Trump is one of those rare special politicians. JFK and Barack Obama were special in that they defied my pet theory of the American voter: they vote against, not for, candidates. Kennedy and Obama were rare exceptions to that rule. Trump is the most unique exception in that people both vote for him and against him regardless of the opponent(s).

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Bits And Pieces 2020

Today is St. Patrick’s Day so I want to begin by wishing a Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all my readers of Irish ancestry (or those temporarily portraying themselves as such) and any I might have on the Emerald Isle. I admit I stole today’s title from the Dave Clark Five’s 1964 hit; it is not in the least bit Irish but it is upbeat as any good St. Patty’s Day celebration should be. Also today’s article is a series of bits about a variety of topics. Put on something green – I’ll be wearing a green shirt all day – and let’s explore. Continue reading Bits And Pieces 2020

The Current Snapshot

Things change in American politics in a matter of hours. At this point the Democratic presidential primary race is no exception. I hope you read this article soon after it is published because if you wait very long it will be a history lesson not a snapshot in time. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Current Snapshot

Sausage

When you looked at today’s title I bet you thought I was omitting coverage of Thursday night’s debate. If you did you were incorrect. Let’s explore. Continue reading Sausage