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Progressive Popularism

George W. Bush famously scammed America with his Compassionate Conservatism.  It turned out to be misguided governance cloaked as conservatism.  If there was compassion for anyone other than his friends and financiers I see didn’t see it!  What I am … Continue reading

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The Endorsement Of Paul Davis

If you know what office Paul Davis is running for you may be wondering if I have taken complete leave of my senses.  Is Larry actually endorsing a Democrat for Governor of Kansas?  Everyone knows that a Democrat can’t win … Continue reading

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The Endorsement Of Mark Udall

Today’s endorsement is easier to make than it might appear at first glance.  When you think of progressive Senators you normally don’t think of the West except for the three West Coast states.  However endorsing Democratic Senator Mark Udall for … Continue reading

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The Endorsement Of Ed Markey 2014

Today is a historic day at tellthetruthonthem.com. For the first time I am endorsing the same person for the same Congressional seat two years in a row.  The choice for Bay State voters on November 4th is clear and I … Continue reading

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Here’s Why

One of the questions, that on the surface appears to be perplexing, about the Republicans is that if they really hate government so much, why do they want to control it.  In his first inaugural address Ronald Reagan stated, “Government … Continue reading

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The Endorsement Of Jeff Merkley

For my foreign readers, America is an Eastern Time Zone oriented country.  That is the time zone where Washington, D.C. and New York City are located along with a host of other major population centers.  The continental United States, (a/k/a, … Continue reading

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Learning Shouldn’t Stop

Commencement season has just about ended.  A few northern high schools are left, but colleges and southern high schools have pretty much wrapped it up for another academic year and sent a new crop of graduates to the next stage … Continue reading

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Robbing Peter To Pay Peter

We have all heard the expression, “Robbing Peter to pay Paul.”  It basically means that you are making a tradeoff.  You took the money from one thing and allocated it to another.  A net zero game.  The Republicans in North … Continue reading

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Lessons From The Masters

If I were running for public office, totally devoid of ethics, solely concerned with winning and had the choice of anyone in America to manager my campaign I would choose Karl Rove.  Over the years he has proven he is … Continue reading

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Educational Inequity

The last few days one of the hotter topics of conversation in liberal circles has been the inequity in America’s college education system.  It was spurred by Paul Tough’s article in the New York Times Magazine entitled, Who gets to … Continue reading

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