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Daily prompt: Are American politicians fair to their electorates?

DAILY PROMPT Abandoned I came across a little factoid yesterday that perhaps goes some way to explaining why American voters are feeling abandoned by their politicians. Former leader of the Senate Republicans Trent Lott, and former Senate Democrat leader Tom … Continue reading

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Daily prompt: SODOPH – Screen Out Dangers to Peace and Harmony

DAILY PROMPT Screen Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt. I’m not really bloodthirsty by nature. You might even say I’m boringly peaceable – although I do remember taking a swipe at a classmate out of sheer … Continue reading

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Daily post: Pep talk to politicians everywhere

DAILY PROMPT: PEP RALLY We all know someone who could use a pep talk… so write them one! If you would only grow more peas, you’d govern with more expertise. Unquestionably, to my mind, gardening of this productive kind fulfils … Continue reading

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Political playtime

Why can’t pollies behave themselves? Or is that hopelessly idealistic? See, I was brought up in the belief that privilege entails responsibility: that if you get the goodies that go with rank, status, trust and probably a certain amount of power … Continue reading

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