by Walter Brasch Joe Sestak, a liberal Democrat with a commitment to social and
economic justice, is a slow learner. It’s isn’t because he’s dumb—he graduated second in his class of
900 midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy, one of the most r...
Walter Brasch Several hundred thousand American citizens won’t be voting in
presidential primary elections—and it’s not their fault. In Pennsylvania, for example, a registered voter who needed an
absentee ballot had to submit the reques...
By Walter Brasch Donald
Trump, whose ego is larger than Trump Towers, called Sen. Marco Rubio “Little Rubio,” a derogatory
reference to the Florida senator’s height. Rubio responded by saying
hands were too small for the size of his body. “And...
Walter Brasch The bully of the playground continued to
be in the media spotlight and charging ahead to the Republican nomination for
president. In the 11th Republican debate, Donald
Trump, bold and arrogant as always, kept up the attack again...
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