Monthly Archives: January 2021

Navigating campaign finance data

Candidates report receipts and disbursements (expenditures) to the FEC. The FEC makes the data available in several formats. Here is what I have learned about this. One can start at Search for a candidate or a committee. There are … Continue reading

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Some observations on “The-Presidents-Advisory-1776-Commission-Final-Report.” Human progress didn’t end in 1776 as the authors of this report would have us believe. The facts of our founding are not partisan. They are a matter of history. Controversies about the meaning of the … Continue reading

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As i read all these comments from you moronic idioms.

Betrayed by spellcheck, possibly. As i read all these comments from you moronic idioms. Marshall law. Traders to our country (like Benedict Arnold). Where was the outrage in Washington state along with other states who were under seize. Impeachment dilutes … Continue reading

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Has Nancy Pelosi offered the GOP another chance?

How easy it is to make people believe a lie, and how hard it is to undo that work again!” — Mark Twain Christian Schneider writes: But by bringing an article of impeachment against President Donald Trump for his role in inciting the … Continue reading

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A brief sample of comments on Tom Reed’s Jan. 4 tele townhall

What are you doing to make me confident that there is zero fraud in the next election??? Because I don’t feel that way right now. Every illegal vote out there lessens my vote and my say and that’s a problem. … Continue reading

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