Monthly Archives: May 2019

Fresno Grizzlies Play Video Portraying Ocasio-Cortez as “Enemy of Freedom”

Memorial Day is supposed to be a time for people to come together to honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. While the true meaning of the holiday far too often gets overlooked as people … Continue reading

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Should Protective Netting Be Extended At MLB Stadiums?

Several years ago, I was at a Frederick Keys baseball game and was taking photos from up on the concourse level. I was about even with first base and the concourse is about 20 rows up, but between the way … Continue reading

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The Equality Act Passes the House of Representatives

In a crucial vote yesterday for basic equality, the House of Representatives passed legislation that would create protections for the LGBT community when it comes to things like employment, housing, education, public spaces, and credit. The measure passed by a … Continue reading

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Some Democrats Think 2020 Field is Becoming Too Large

During the last couple seasons of the political drama The West Wing, viewers watched the campaign for President Jed Bartlett’s replacement. At one point, there was discussion about a debate in New Hampshire just a few days before the Democratic … Continue reading

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Despite Evidence of Wrong Doing, FEC Votes Against Further Investigation of Illegal Campaign Donations

In what’s perhaps a prime example of why there’s so much public skepticism about the money flowing to political campaigns, the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) voted against further investigating a Boston based law firm that manipulated the system to give … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Warren Says She’ll Appoint a Public School Teacher as Secretary of Education

Elizabeth Warren promised earlier today that she would have a public school teacher become Secretary of Education if she’s elected president. Folks who closely follow education policy likely realize this is not only a good policy idea, but also a … Continue reading

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Knock Down the House Draws Attention to Insurgent Campaigns of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Others

With so many people getting disgusted with the political process, there are a lot of people who are trying to draw attention to candidates who don’t fall into traditional categories. We saw a lot of those candidates pop up during … Continue reading

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Alex Cora was Justified Despite Causing Controversy by Skipping White House Visit

As someone who’s worked in politics for most of his adult life and a huge baseball fan, I’ve always been interested in the cross between politics and sport — especially baseball. And the latest example of this can be seen … Continue reading

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Injuries Plague Already Struggling Nationals

When Trea Turner injured his wrist back on April 2, Nats fans were torn up about it because his speed on the base paths had already proven to be effective this season and he was on pace to have an … Continue reading

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Future of Nats Still Up for Debate After Lilliquist’s Departure

Anyone who’s been watching the Washington Nationals this year realizes they need to do something to address their pitching woes. Whether it was Trevor Rosenthal making history by being the first pitcher in MLB history to failing to make an … Continue reading

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