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Hold on to Hope 0

My heart is full as I continue to grieve for Seth Rich, shot by an unknown assailant as he walked to his Washington, D.C., home in the early morning on the Lord’s Day. Seth was my colleague at the Democratic National Committee. He worked on one of democracy’s highest callings, registering citizens to vote and […]

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Posted on: 07-15-2016
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Clinton Passes the Test 0

Hillary Clinton’s “damn emails” are a self-inflicted wound in a political cycle full of gotcha and you’re fired. And worse, for the fraying patience of the public, the injury is one her Republican opponents are blithe to spin and churn into a political fatality. I’m no spring chicken, nor a community elder.  I do have […]

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Posted on: 07-7-2016
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Summoning Your Courage 0

We live in exciting—and dangerous—times. Within a week we saw a Trump-supported Brexit, a virtual act of political terrorism, where Britain recklessly voted to leave the European Market.  The United Kingdom plunged in the stock market, losing million in one day. The world market lost three trillion dollars in two days.  Millions of Americans lost […]

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Posted on: 06-30-2016
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It’s Always Right To Do Right 0

Rep. John Lewis was 20 when he took his first stand.  On a May Tuesday, 1960, Lewis walked into a Woolworths and sat down at a lunch counter for whites only.  Police arrested him.  Lewis served jail time for attempting to order lunch.   A year to the day, Lewis took his second stand. This […]

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Posted on: 06-23-2016
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Trump’s Smoke Screens 0

Donald Trump knows how to stir things up—mostly by churning embers until they produce a giant smoke screen.  I’ve noticed (as you have, likely) that when Trump gets into trouble, he lashes back with a series of accusations that obscure the activity that got him there.   Trump enveloped fraud charges by Trump University students […]

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Posted on: 06-16-2016
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Smearing, Assailing and Denigrating His Way to the Nomination 0

Like most Americans watching the endless reality TV Presidential campaign of Donald Trump, I’ve discovered the secret to Donald Trump’s success on the campaign stump.  It has nothing to do at all with sterling qualifications, superior grasp of national security issues, or stunning displays of logic.  If he has those things, he’s chosen not to […]

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Posted on: 06-3-2016
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Wiping Out America’s Morals 0

Donald Trump is on his way to being an authority figure.  Some feel he’s already there.  If (when) nominated, he will have the mantle of authority that comes from being the standard bearer of one of America’s two major political parties.   Ironically, Trump will have captured the Republican nomination by winning only twelve million […]

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Posted on: 05-26-2016
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The Last Ballot, or the last Vote?” 0

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is defiant.  Although the Kentucky Democratic primary results were being counted, Sanders wasn’t there. He was in Carson, California addressing a huge rally.  “Let me be as clear as I can be…We are in ’til the last ballot is cast,” he said, getting a thunderous roar in return.   There was […]

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Posted on: 05-19-2016
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Trump’s ‘Wile E Coyote’ Moment 0

Remember those Road Runner cartoons, where no matter what dirty tricks Wile E. Coyote used to catch the Road Runner, he would always end up frustrated while the Road Runner went “beep beep” and flew off? Recently, we’ve seen Donald Trump acting like the Coyote and going after Hillary Clinton with everything he could find […]

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Posted on: 05-12-2016
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If Hillary Were a Man 0

Donald Trump loves to double down on campaign slogans and messages so I wasn’t shock when I heard him repeat again that ……   Listen up ladies!  What if a competitor told your fellow co-workers that if you were a man, you’d never be a finalist for the retiring boss’s position?   And, men.  What […]

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Posted on: 05-9-2016
Posted in: News
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