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Friday, January 22, 2021

The power of netroots

I’m pretty lucky. I managed to set aside a ever more complex schedule of clients and court calls and clashes and confounded constipatory complications and find my whey in AustinShire, a lovely librul outpost in the muddle of Red Texas. NETROOTS NATION – a meeting of progressives, liberals and people who have had enough of Darth Cheney, George W. and Condi Rice.

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Bush and Pelosi: Both are failures

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi Thursday called the Presidency of George W. Bush "a total failure."

True. Bush will go down in history as one of the most corrupt and incompetent Presidents. His seven-and-a-half years in office have been a disaster. Everything he’s touched – from his ill-conceived Iraq war to his administration’s bungling of the economy to its shredding of the Constitution – are textbook cases of disaster.

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A first step onto the world stage

Sen. Barack Obama ‘s trip to the Middle East and Europe marks his first high-profile step onto the international stage, a campaign-season audition of sorts for a presidential hopeful pledging a new era in diplomacy and an end to the U.S. combat role in Iraq.

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National Mall, national shame

Americans planning to spend some time here this summer — those who can afford the transportation costs — probably will want to stroll a few moments on the Mall, Pierre Charles L’Enfant’s effort to preserve a pastoral oasis in the new nation’s Capitol. It was to be a well- manicured haven in the grand European style for those trying to escape the hustle and bustle of a busy government.

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Reagan returns to radio

Ronald Reagan started on radio, and to radio he returns. America’s 40th president will share his conservative and free-market ideas on 60 stations from coast to coast. And not a second too soon.

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What’s wrong with a little satire?

While disagreeing with Barack Obama on maybe three-fourths of his so-far enunciated political views, I actually like and admire the guy, perhaps as eloquent a speaker and alert an intellect as has pursued the presidency in my lifetime.

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