The Years Of Living Dangerously

I have held off posting anything publicly on the election because with an event which combines this level of surprise with this traumatic a nightmare, I wanted to take some time to reflect, analyze, and hear what others were thinking before I rushed in and vomited my emotions all over my desktop. So having gone through that process, here’s some initial thoughts, with a full acknowledgement that we will need to be analyzing all this for years to come. Let’s start with a couple of caveats. First, there is no doubt whatsoever that FBI Director Comey’s inserting himself into the election changed the basic structure, dynamics, and narrative of this race, making Hillary’s emails the number one t

We Need To Vote For Human Dignity Tomorrow

I am in the politics business, so the Fall of a presidential election year is what you might call my busy season. Four years ago in October, though, in the middle of all that craziness, I took a several-day break because of news from home that my brother Kevin had a stroke and was close to death. My wife and I didn’t make it home before he died, but I spent several days with family, mourning, remembering and celebrating him before heading back for the final weeks election push. I have been thinking a lot about Kevin this election season, not only because of his death four years ago, but because of the infamous video of Trump mocking a reporter with a disability. My brother had a number of se

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