Monthly Archives: January 2010

Supreme Court Opens A Can of Unintended Consequences

Common wisdom surrounding the recent supreme court decision striking down federal campaign limits on corporations and unions is that it was a win for conservatives and Republicans and another blow to liberals and the Democratic Party.   The case harkens back … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Voters Do Dems A Favor

The voters in Massachusetts sent a message that is unmistakable – that people are hurting and way too angry to suffer a party that can’t govern.  With 60 votes in the Senate, a strong majority in the House of Representatives, … Continue reading

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true politics

This blog is dedicated to the premise that truth is manifest in facts. Webster’s Dictionary lists the following definitions for the word truth: the state of being the case ;  the body of real things, events, and facts ; often … Continue reading

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