Monthly Archives: April 2016


At least money-in-politics took one loss in MD

Though I was saddened to see that Donna Edwards lost her Senate race in Maryland to a better-connected opponent, there was some rare good news out of Maryland. The 8th Congressional District nominated Jamie Raskin, a heavily outmatched democratic state senator running against corruption. His opponents outspent Raskin heavily. Raskin […]

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Do I need to start a #MilitaryLivesMatter?

This morning, as I was listening to the Maggie Linton show on Sirius XM radio, I heard something kind of depressing. One particular caller contacted the show to express frustration with the ostensibly unfair criticism that Hillary has been receiving about her support for war. I wasn’t able to record […]

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Yes, Faux News is Still Racist

So Bill O’Reilly asks Donald Drumpf what his message to African-Americans would be. How will he gain their support. Drumpf gave the same answer that I think any candidate would say with regards to any group- jobs. He’s going to bring all these amazing jobs and we’re all going to […]

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Super Delegates: Democracy Fail

I’m back on the topic of DNC super delegates because this really pisses me off. The media heavily used the number of superdelegates early in the political season, in order to emphasize the impression that Hillary Clinton was a formidable front runner. There was finally enough noise from informed sources […]

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Battle for Bernie: The Attacks Commence

“First they ignore you. Then they ridicule you. And they they attack you and want to burn you. And then they build monuments to you.” -Nicholas Klein I guess, it’s on now. Of the past 8 Democratic Primaries/Caucuses, Bernie Sanders has won 7. Bernie’s support in Nevada was so organized […]

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