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Lately I often write about North Carolina. While Tea Party/Republican insanity exists in every state, in 2013 North Carolina appears to be the epicenter. The examples are literally too plentiful to all be chronicled in this space. Today I want … Continue reading
Regardless of what happens on Super Tuesday it appears this Republican Presidential primary race is going on for a while. That is the best news the Democrats could ever get. The longer this race goes on the longer the Republicans … Continue reading
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion”, those are the first ten words of the Bill of Rights – which are the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. They were adopted in 1791 and have … Continue reading
It seems I spend most of my time writing negative articles. Perhaps that is why I enjoy endorsements so much; they are a change of pace. I will make a promise to the Republicans, stop doing stupid, radical and dangerous … Continue reading
http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/rachel-maddow-the-gop-war-on-birth-control/2012/02/10/gIQAbZ734Q_story.html?hpid=z3 That is the link to an op-ed Rachel Maddow wrote in the Washington Post on February 10, 2012. I often glean information from both the Washington Post and Dr. Maddow that becomes part of my postings. I seldom review … Continue reading
Last night CBS News and the National Journal co-sponsored a Republican Presidential debate at Wofford College in South Carolina. Politically it was the least interesting and technology the most innovative thus far.
Earlier this week one of the seemingly endless political polls came to my attention and one part of it gave me cause for pause. It was one of the Quinnipiac polls, the bulk of which had to do with possible … Continue reading
On the behalf of the vast majority of Americans I want to explain and apologize to the world for the actions of Reverend Terry Jones earlier this month.