Category Archives: Republican mythology

“Everything Republicans Are Mad About Is Entirely Imaginary”

John Oliver exposes Republicans 4:40: I ran across this article on Wonkette a week or two ago and have been waiting for an opening to bring it to your attention. Much like Wonkette I have been trying to come up with … Continue reading

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Will Republicans Accept Their Losses This Fall?

Just doing a little musing. We still have a former president and I hope future inmate running around all over the country trying to get his picks elected to congress. In elections, his main claim is that elections are rigged. … Continue reading

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Climate The Overriding Issue 

From the headline on msn.com Thursday: 2021 saw record-high greenhouse gases, sea levels and ocean heat, new report shows  When you turn on the news today, after you get by the stories of our former treasonous president, there are the … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On The Coming End Of Roe v. Wade

Like many of you, I am livid over the leaked decision that overturns the Roe v. Wade decision. And like many of you I have been turning all sorts of thoughts concerning access to abortion over in my mind. The … Continue reading

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Republican’s 11 Point Plan For America

This is an 11 Point Plan For America drawn up by Senator Rick Scott of Florida. Thanks to a media that shakes in its boots when covering Republicans, few ever heard of it let alone the damage this plan could … Continue reading

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Mixing Religion And Government

Abortion laws on Texas that were given a nod of approval by SCOTUS in a shadow-docket decision may engulf the US quickly:   Quotes from Barry Goldwater on mixing religion and politics:   Mark my word, if and when these preachers … Continue reading

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Abortions Up In Iowa

From iowastartingline.com:    There were 4,058 abortions performed in Iowa in 2020, a trend that’s increased over the last three years. In 2018, there were 2,849 abortions, followed by 3,566 abortions in 2019, according to state data. The data came … Continue reading

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Mrs. Betty Bowers Looks Into 2021 Republicans

Here we go. It is time for the Republican chameleons to change into their costumes for Democratic presidencies and suddenly pretend to care about things like “values” and “budgets and debts and deficits.” This will once again fool a large … Continue reading

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Fear

The past couple of weeks I have written some criticism of the Democratic Party suggesting some things I see as reasons why we go beat up pretty badly in lower ballot races not only in Iowa, but across the country. … Continue reading

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Perception is Reality

Thom Hartmann does a Democratic post-mortem with Indivisible Director Megan Hatcher Mays.  This video is about 9 minutes. Last week I discussed the proliferation of conservative media, particularly talk radio, in rural areas throughout the country including Iowa. Progressives have … Continue reading

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