Tag Archives: Presidency

Sacrificial Lambs

“We have it totally under control. It’s one person coming in from China. It’s going to be just fine.” That was Donald Trump’s initial response to the coronavirus all the way back in January. Since then, it has been one … Continue reading

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The Political Pendulum

Back in 2003 Wisconsin’s former governor, Lee Sherman Dreyfus, won the first-ever Courage Award from OutReach, Madison’s lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender (LGBT) community center. It was a long overdue recognition for his signing of the nation’s first gay rights law in 1982. In … Continue reading

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Ralph-en-Stein

  There is a myth that comes around every four years that needs to be put to rest after more than a decade. It usually references Green Party candidate Ralph Nader as the cause of Al Gore’s loss to George … Continue reading

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Ta-Ta Tate

Maybe Mike Tate is a nice man. Maybe he has a lot to offer the world. I don’t know him except as the chairman of Wisconsin’s Democratic Party, but in that capacity he has been a dismal failure. It is … Continue reading

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