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Conservative Republican Jeff Flake’s Fight for a Decent Republican Party

Though I disagree with a lot of his conservative politics, I deeply respect conservative Republican Jeff Flake’s brave criticisms of President Trump and his own party. Flake represents the traditional conservative who believes in limited government and free markets, who … Continue reading

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Supporting Joe Biden in November

This coming November, I’ll be voting for Joe Biden for President. During the primaries, I was an Elizabeth Warren supporter. But unlike some progressives, I liked Biden and thought he was generally a good Senator and Vice President. If he … Continue reading

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The Lincoln Project and the Fight for a Sane Conservative Movement

Here are 2020 videos of Lincoln Project co-founders Ron Steslow, Rick Wilson, and Jennifer Horn at the historic Cooper Union in NYC. The Lincoln Project is a group of conservative Republicans who oppose Donald Trump and are fighting for a … Continue reading

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Thinking About Joe Biden, Tara Reade and Sexual Assault Allegations

Over the past week or so, I’ve been reading on Facebook of various opinions of the Tara Reade allegations against Joe Biden. My first response upon hearing of the allegations was “Oh, no!” I think because of my politics and … Continue reading

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Fighting for a Sane Conservative Movement

Here is a 2018 video where former Senator Jeff Flake talks about his book “Conscience of a Conservative” where he criticizes the current state of the Republican Party. A small group of conservatives like Jeff Flake, Bob Corker, Justin Amash, … Continue reading

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Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and the Democratic Nomination

As the coronavirus crisis has disrupted the Democratic primary season, I thought I’d reflect on how the primary season has turned out. It looks like Joe Biden will win the Democratic nomination. I was an Elizabeth Warren supporter. But when … Continue reading

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Remember Jesse Jackson and 1988

With Elizabeth Warren out of the race, I haven’t rushed on a decision on whether to go for Biden or whether I should go for Sanders. Since the California primary has already passed, I figure I can take my time … Continue reading

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Pushing the Democratic Party to the Left

Ever since Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the race, I’ve been taking my time deciding who would be the best person to support as the primaries have narrowed to two candidates: Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden. Joe Biden’s recent primary … Continue reading

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Supporting Elizabeth Warren

As an Elizabeth Warren supporter, I have to admit that the Iowa and New Hampshire results were disappointing. I’m still going to stay with Warren until the end though because I still think she is the best of a good … Continue reading

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Why Does a Liberal Like Myself Admire Anti-Trump Conservatives?

Progressives and moderates often ask me why a liberal like myself often post articles about anti-Trump conservatives decrying Trump’s transgressions and ask why I admire them when I disagree with most their politics. I guess I have several reasons why. … Continue reading

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