What If We Wrote a New Constitution, or Two?
It could be time to admit that the warring factions in the country simply cannot coexist. Perhaps we need to create new national boundaries along ideological lines rather than continuing the endless and costly battle.
Tuesday, February 22, 2011(6 comments)
The Last Real Election
Why are the Republicans suddenly so open about their agenda? Usually when something is as shameful as their anti-woman, anti-minority, pro-big money plans for the country, the proponents usually cloak it under a more palatable cover. Could it be that the Republicans no longer care what voters know because they will never really have to face them again?
Sunday, January 9, 2011(6 comments)
Violent Rhetoric is only Half the Story
The immediate reaction to the carnage in Tucson has been to decry violence tinged speech. But speech that divides us into them and us can be just as dangerous to a troubled mind.
Sunday, November 7, 2010(1 comments)
The Solution to Fox and their Friends
Progressives must do some heavy lifting in order to recover from Tuesday's vote. One critical job is to restore a free and objective press and the first step is to eliminate Fox from that definition.
Monday, September 20, 2010(10 comments)
A Page or Two from the Tea Party Book
The Tea Party probably didn't stumble into their successful formula. They have the financial backing to buy the best strategies on the market. So lets steal their playbook and win in November.
He Ain't Wrong, He's My Brother
In an interview rife with irony, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush demanded that President Obama stop picking on his brother. Obama, he said, was "childish" for not accepting full responsibility for current events.
Sunday, January 24, 2010
Anyone Know a Hungry Lawyer?
Before Comcast can take over NBC and ruin what is left of television, I would love to see a hungry attorney take on a slam dunk case and sue them for total incompetence.