The Art of the Green New Deal, Part 1

Lots of hype and misinformation from both sides are floating around the Green New Deal, but few facts are to be found. After day upon day of stories and interviews and retractions and conservatives poking fun and Democratic presidential hopefuls climbing aboard the Green New …

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A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to The Governor’s Resignation

The calls for Governor Northam’s resignation came flying fast and furiously. I don’t believe he received the memo. Entering the new year, 2019, should have been a good one for the Governor of Virginia, Ralph Northam. The hand-picked successor to former Governor Terry McAuliffe had …

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Hoping for Some Positive Change in 2019

As 2018 wraps up with a partial government shutdown by children who would rather posture than solve, here are some wishes for 2019. Also, I would like to apologize for insulting children, but there is no appropriate term for these so-called leaders. With 2019 just …

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Judge, Not

The confirmation process for President Trump’s latest nominee for the Supreme Court has seemingly clipped an iceberg. Judge Kavanaugh’s Senate hearings were beginning make his confirmation look unsinkable. He weathered the Democrat’s 2020 presidential posturing including Senator Kamala Harris’s ominous warning of “Be sure about …

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