Tag Archives: Democrats

Biden’s daunting challenge to get a progressive civil rights chief confirmed

At no time since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, has the appointment of a progressive civil rights chief become so critical to healing the wounds of a nation which has been politically divided for the last four years. Continue reading

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Trump needs to ‘meet the press’

Trump’s principal campaign strategy of dominating the news cycle, which worked well for him in the 2016 Presidential Election and the 2018 Mid-Term Elections, is just not working for him that well in this election as the polls seem to suggest. Continue reading

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DEMS seem bound to blow their strategic advantages in Judge Barrett’s Supreme Court confirmation 

Democrats appear be unprepared for the upcoming political and media battles they are about to face during the confirmation for Supreme Court justice nominee Amy Coney Barrett. Continue reading

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Public Affairs: MD 04/26/2016 election and MD media could hold keys for GOP and DEMS 2016 Primaries

Election 1968 was tumultuous. There was a riot at the DNC. Richard Nixon was elected President. And, his VP was GOP Governor Spiro Agnew of Maryland who rose to national prominence by forcefully suppressing riots associated with the assassination of … Continue reading

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