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About this blog: The Raucous Caucus shares the southpaw perspectives of this Boomer on the state of the nation, the world, and, sometimes, other stuff. I enjoy crafting it to keep current, and occasionally to rant on some issue I care about deeply...  (More)

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Corruption in the Balance?
Apr 7, 2018 9:31 am
Comments: 67 | Views: 3,343


Item: per the NYTimes report of Press Secretary Sara Sanders, on the White House view of EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt: “Ms. Sanders said that Mr. Pruitt’s... More
Art Project du jour
Mar 24, 2018 1:48 pm
Comments: 112 | Views: 3,486

With no intent or likelihood of horning-in on the Art Space blog of Messrs. Barry and Carmel, I invite your critique of the following work:



"Please... More
Reflections on the Loss of Hope
Mar 2, 2018 3:34 pm
Comments: 142 | Views: 3,449


Let’s start with an experiment: think about Hope Hicks, the departing White House Communications chief. What are the first few words that come to mind... More
Much Ado About Nunez
Feb 3, 2018 10:07 am
Comments: 84 | Views: 3,230


There’s been a lively discussion warming (if not lighting) the dark shadows of the local blog cemetery, so I thought I’d add a few thoughts and let... More
Salami, Salami … Baloney
Jan 19, 2018 10:27 am
Comments: 111 | Views: 3,489


Those GOP butchers at the Congressional deli are playing a losing game.

‘Salami’ is a set of competitive bargaining tactics. In it, the negotiator... More
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