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Patriotic Presidential Priorites

Thursday evening President Obama addressed the nation from the East Room of the White House.  His topic was the most difficult social issue facing America today – immigration.  In a speech lasting about 14 minutes he outlined some patriotic and … Continue reading

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A Post Political President

It’s Tuesday morning as I write this article and it is very much one of those waiting for the other shoe to fall type mornings in American politics.  Actually it is more like waiting for an entire display of shoes … Continue reading

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Run Government Like A Household?

As President Obama makes it clear that he isn’t going to act like an obedient puppy dog and just roll over for the Republican Congress, the threats have come out.  Senate Majority Leader –Elect, Mitch McConnell will soon learn what … Continue reading

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Not Quite Finished

To quote the great American philosopher from St. Louis, Lawrence Yogi Berra – oh that’s right he was a Hall of Fame baseball player also – “It ain’t over till it’s over.”  Thursday, what would normally be huge news got … Continue reading

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The Proof Of A Wave

If anyone doubts that 2014, like 2010, was a wave election; look no further than the gubernatorial races.  Contrary to the Senate, the table was set for a good night for Democrats.  The result is that they lost a net … Continue reading

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Uncertain About This Season; Next Season Looks Great

Today is Election Day in America.  I am unable to tell you who will control the United States Senate in the 114th Congress and I may well not be that much closer to an answer tonight.  There are just too … Continue reading

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Don’t Draw Too Many Conclusions

With few exceptions – the most notable of which is Hobby Lobby – the Supreme Court has of late reduced voting rights and expanded other civil rights.  History is not a guarantee of future performance so plaintiffs, defendants and Court … Continue reading

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It’s Over, I Think

Monday the Supreme Court began its new term.  Normally I would have already written an article or two in anticipation of what was to come.  I have been distracted by the 2014 mid-terms and am not atoning for that sin … Continue reading

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Brave Brits, Cowardly Yanks And Practical Syrians

  Perhaps the most significant aspect of Friday’s biggest international political story fell through the cracks for most people.  As usual it was the fault of the media.  The British Parliament approved the use of military force, (which in itself … Continue reading

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Blame The Victims

The Republicans are at it again; or should I say still?  They are blaming the victims with a subtle touch of implied racism thrown in.

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