Civility · Elections

She’s Making a List, Checking it Twice

I read today where Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is upset with many of her colleagues in the Democrat caucus because they had the nerve to vote the way they felt their constituents would want them to vote. This vote came on a procedural motion in the House which at the end allows the minority party to offer… Continue reading She’s Making a List, Checking it Twice

Civility · Elections

Racism and Politics – Why We Are Not Making Progress

The Oscars were held last night, and Green Book won for best picture. This caused Spike Lee to be enraged and he has vehemently denounced the selection. I guess he felt his picture should have won. I don’t really watch the Oscars because it has become a platform for a bunch of big ego people… Continue reading Racism and Politics – Why We Are Not Making Progress

Elections

Dark Money in Dark Times

Ever since the Citizens v. United case was decided the flow of money into politics has only increased. Liberals decried this decision as unfair and a blow to democracy as it allowed unchecked conservative money and corporate money to try and skew elections. But my how times have changed. The flow of this so-called “Dark… Continue reading Dark Money in Dark Times