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Ready for Some Good News?

February 18, 2017 CarlHW 0

And now, finally, for some good news. From the broadest landscape, the biggest structural shift between the Obama administration and what so far has transpired under Donald Trump is that last administration faced an opposition Congress […]

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Resistance is Not Futile

January 27, 2017 CarlHW 0

We knew on November 8 that the Democrats in Congress would be weak. It is striking to see it in action, however. The only real power they have is in the Senate, where they will cause […]

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Democrats Must Make Choices

January 19, 2017 CarlHW 2

On the day after the election, things seemed as if they could either way. Donald Trump could have acted like a president-elect. He didn’t, of course. Coupled with behavior such as flouting ethics rules were […]

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A Strange Day — And a Ray of Hope

January 11, 2017 CarlHW 0

Yesterday may have been one of the oddest days in American political history.  The Attorney General-designate, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, spent a good chunk of his confirmation hearing trying to convince us that he is not a raging […]

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Welcome to The Political Bridge

January 2, 2017 CarlHW 3

Welcome to The Political Bridge. Thanks for stopping by. Let’s start off with what this blog is not. It is not another Democratic site dedicated to figuring out what happened in November. It is not […]