Florida voters who died from Covid-19 were lifelong Republicans who consistently voted in primaries and general elections before the virus killed them.
Lessons from a brief exchange with Christina Pushaw, the communications expert brought in to give the DeSantis Administration national chops.
The wounds are many, including what I see as self-inflicted political wounds coming from all sorts of people who won’t keep an open mind.
Will Trump call out DeSantis for placing Medicare and Medicaid funds for some seniors in jeopardy? Will DeSantis have to face the consequences of his actions?
I don’t know if this strain of thought will possess our political id and dominate our immune system. We will learn more as the year advances.
Despite the novelty and intricacy of a 100-year epidemic, I am sure Fox News propagandists and crew will continue to have a good time.
Chris Sprowls, the GOP speaker of the Florida House, needs to review his election website especially the section called “Get To Know Chris Sprowls.”
Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) is “anxious to meet” with Texas Democrats who broke quorum back home, shying away from filibuster remarks.
I get it that politics is at least sometimes about compromise. My problem has been that the liberal side seems to be doing most of the giving.
I’m not a constitutional scholar. I discuss issues of public interest by using my common sense, which tells me that, in our country, money is speech.