Unless something truly remarkable happens, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on January 20, 2017. This, given the very real threat he poses to our nation, is incredibly distressing to many of us. And, with that in mind, it’s probably not surprising that quite a few very […]
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Who are our Electors who will choose our next President, what are the rules that constrain them, and how many are likely to go rogue against Trump?
Here, from beginning to end, are my notes in chronological order. Feel free to add your thoughts if you like, or correct me if you think I’ve said something that isn’t right… Cleary Fox doesn’t like Trump. They’re going after him right out of the gate, asking him if he’d run as an independent, which […]
As of this last January, before even announcing his intention to run for re-election, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder already had approximately $4 million in his campaign war chest. Money on the right, it would seem, is relatively easy to come by, when you’re willing to bring the likes of Scott Walker, Jed Bush and Chris […]
Our friends at ThinkProgress had a great piece yesterday on how different states are setting out to address their budget shortfalls. It would seem that not all states are seeking to balance their budgets on the backs of the middle class while at the same time handing away billions in tax breaks to the corporate […]
The Koch brothers, their plans for the public utilities of Wisconsin, and whether Michigan might be next
By now you’ve probably heard that Wisconsin’s union-busing governor, Scott Walker, got fooled into taking a call with a degenerate blogger posing as conservative billionaire activist David Koch. The call, which can be heard in its entirety on the Buffalo Beast website, is interesting for a few reasons. First, Walker confesses to having thought about […]