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Should we care about the sex lives of politicians?
Recently I read a couple of tweets (from respectable sources, mind you) stating that Trump was/is bragging he had secret intelligence about Macron’s sex life. I’ve been thinking about political sex lives for a few years now and am weary. … Continue reading
Posted in political campaigns, Politics, The Facts of Life, War on women Tagged Cal Cunningham, criminal sexual acts, Macron, pedophilia, physical abuse, physical exposure, politicians sex lives Comments Off on Should we care about the sex lives of politicians?
Don’t want to get you too excited, part II (the Senate)
But here are 538.com’s last polls for the Senate. I’m including here only the highly competitive — even surprisingly competitive — seats, most of which are currently held by a Republican. I haven’t included a couple of seats for which … Continue reading
Posted in Politics, The Facts of Life Tagged Arizona Senate seat, Cal Cunningham, Colorado Senate seat, Cory Gardner, David Perdue, Georgia Senate seat, Hickenlooper, Iowa Senate seat, Jaime Harrison, Jon Ossoff, Joni Ernst, Lindsey Graham, Maine Senate seat, Mark Kelly, Martha McSally, Montana Senate seat, North Carolina Senate seat, Sara Gideon, South Carolina Senate seat, Steve Bullock, Steve Daines, Susan Collins, Theresa Greenfield, tom Tillis Comments Off on Don’t want to get you too excited, part II (the Senate)
Will something finally change? I think so. Vote
A close friend just asked me that. In an effort to be super-rational, I said, “I’m probably the wrong person to ask because I’m an optimist.” She pointed out we’ve seen this before. I’m not sure we did — not … Continue reading
Posted in Law, suits and order, political campaigns, Politics, The Facts of Life, Trumpism, voting rights Tagged Cal Cunningham, Chuck Schumer, Cory Gardner, Democrats in Congress, For the People Act, G.O.P., George Floyd, John Hickenlooper, Karen Bass, Mark Kelly, Martha McSally, police legislation, Sara Gideon, Steve Bullock, Steve Daines, Supreme Court, Susan Collins, tom Tillis Comments Off on Will something finally change? I think so. Vote