Second impressions

It’s not often that you get a second chance to make a first impression; perhaps no more so than in politics. But with his speech commemorating the 1/6/21 insurrection at the Capitol, Joe Biden reintroduced himself as president to America.

Although there is disagreement about whether Biden’s current policy agenda comports with his moderate tone and aspirations enunciated during the 2020 campaign, that is of lesser concern now that he has taken a more strident tone with regard to one vital issue: the threat that his 2020 opponent, and cult-like party he leads, pose to the very existence of our…

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I worked on Capitol Hill and then lobbied for IBM before they made me an IT geek. Redundant? I’m into politics. Now and then, I’ll throw something else in.

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Greg Waddell

I worked on Capitol Hill and then lobbied for IBM before they made me an IT geek. Redundant? I’m into politics. Now and then, I’ll throw something else in.