Published March 7, 2019 in Warp & Woof First Six Weeks Has the 116th Congress Inspired Yet? William Sundwick Legislation is a slow process. On January 3, 2019 a new Congress was sworn in. The once and future queen, Nancy Pelosi, became the nearly uncontested House Speaker. And Democrats, for the first time since theContinue reading “First Six Weeks”
Lessons of GA06: Dems still need better candidates … and, grass roots support just isn’t enough!
Published April 26, 2017 in Warp & Woof The Professional Class in America: Time to Step Aside? William Sundwick Lately, there has been much written about the changing role in American politics (perhaps, Western democracies, in general) of the upper middle class – we are now calling them the “professional class.” How did this socialContinue reading “The Professional Class in America: Time to Step Aside?”
Bernie Sanders’ main strength has always been that “I” next to his name, that’s why he re-registered as Independent after the primary. Dem apparatchiks who think that hurts him as spiritual leader of party don’t understand American political dynamics … future belongs to left, get ppl off their sofas to vote, don’t waste time tryingContinue reading “Link from The Hill”
what to do about polling non-responders? Or, folks who just don’t tell pollsters the truth, for fear of disapproval?