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Daily Archives: March 26th, 2019


It appears to me that the new young members of Congress need to learn the job before taking interviews or stating opinions. While several are classified as independents or progressives and we do need some of that but in line with the general sense of their party. As in any new job, newcomers should learn the job from the old timers who have navigated the waters of politics for a longer time. The new politics may take place in the media but the real work is still done in the backrooms of Congress.

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There are mainstream and semi-mainstream personalities who promote conspiracy theories as a job. Some monetize these efforts with donations from believers and some other contributors yet the information offered is more hyperbole than fact. Conspiracy theories are just that, theories- until proven to be real. Many of these theories are derived from undeveloped ideas, half-truths and sometimes legends. These skewed versions somehow sound plausible to many due to their personal biases and circumstances. The beliefs in these theories and other off-center beliefs have become fodder for the extreme sides of politics while coloring the facts. Now that the Mueller investigation is done(?), we have more questions than answers and more Trumpian utterings from Congress and the OFFAL office stating exoneration. This is not the end of this as the truth is still unknown and thereby will promote more Conspiracy theories to carry us into the next major election.

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