- About Larry
- Book Review
- Harry’s Hell
- Progressive Hall of Fame
- Rated R
Tag Archives: conservative
While the conservatives claim to be the defenders of the Constitution in practice it is the progressives who are. We may not play dress-up and wear three cornered hats, but when rhetoric gives way to reality it is the political … Continue reading
One of the best pieces of news this week is that Democratic Senator Max Baucus of Montana announced he will retire at the end of this term and not seek reelection in 2014. No, I haven’t gone over to the … Continue reading
Immigration reform is the most complex issue facing America today. That being said, our current system is not working and the sooner we address the issue in a meaningful way the better off we will be collectively. As with most … Continue reading
Tuesday night I attended a political meeting. The business was wrapped up pretty quickly and the group decided to take advantage of the situation by breaking into a freeform political discussion. At one point the question of what is happening … Continue reading
This was a long time coming. It would be easy to dismiss Louie Gohmert as just another loony Tea Party/Republican, except that as a member of the House of Representatives he actually gets to vote on and propose legislation – … Continue reading
I’m certain the kneejerk reaction of conservatives who monitor my site is there goes another liberal pouncing on the tobacco industry. It is not their products, but how Reynolds American uses the profits they derive to harm America that motivated … Continue reading
There was a potentially significant news event that went dangerously underreported last week. I’m not talking about the events in Syria (what little the outside world knows of them at this point), the fiscal cliff posturing in Washington, nor am … Continue reading
I have just added What’s The Matter With Kansas? By: Thomas Frank. Please look for it in the Book Review section and click on the link to read a brief review.
History does tend to repeat itself. A little analysis of Tuesday night’s primary results will illustrate that.