MMT doesn’t draw these conclusions, I do. MMT just makes them painfully obvious.
What’s “fueling the Democratic Civil War“ is not the exposing of corruption but the corruption itself. Because of this POLITICO hit-piece (filled with cowardly anonymous sources), I am now the newest non-billionaire financial backer of The Intercept at $100 a year. Consider joining me.
What else could you conclude?
With such important elections facing us, I am dumbfounded by the fact that the Republicans running for legislative seats in District 7 and 8 refuse to enter debates against their Democratic opponents. My only conclusion
When did we stop being able to have mature, rational conversations about politics? Why does every new election cycle look less like a debate about ideas and more like a fight-to-the-death cage match?
On October 25, the Moorestown Sun included a full-page attack ad against Moorestown BOE candidates Jack Fairchild and Lauren Romano. The ad insisted they would rubber stamp votes for the president of the teachers’ union and fight to build hundreds of new affordable housing units in Moorestown (a matter