expositions on politics

 “A little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms are in the physical” ~Thomas Jefferson

Secession: The Long Goodbye

Secession: The Long Goodbye

Political secession looms on the American horizon. The political phenomenon of secession is similar to an evolutionary phenomenon in biology.  Throughout history, radical changes in the Earth’s geology have separated species apart to the point where new species...

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A Day of Reckoning Nears

A Day of Reckoning Nears

An ominous day of reckoning nears for America as a result of the ongoing election chaos. Distant thunder rumbles inside dark clouds looming on the political horizon. Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Declaration of American Independence, “…when a long train of abuses and...

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“Do or Die” for the Republican Party

“Do or Die” for the Republican Party

It’s “Do or Die” Time for the Republican Party. The Supreme Court vacancy created by the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg gives the Republican Party a final opportunity to prove that they are not just another duplicitous face of a one-party system that dominates...

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Color Blind

Color Blind

A common hope for race relations in America is to achieve a color-blind society in which an intrinsic characteristic like skin color no longer affects the status of any person. Paradoxically, nearly everything happening in America now is moving us further away from a...

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