Category: Advice for Democrats

Open for (Small) Business

Radical Centrism Policy Papers 1 I start these ramblings with a critique of the way the left and the right view American business: both appear to see business activity as a monolithic economic function. What this perspective misses are the vast differences between small business and large corporations. These are not — in effect and ...

Guys, It’s Not Trump! It’s the GOP

Above: The Georgia race — John Ossoff and the Elephant-in-the-Room Memos to Demos I: OK, it's been a year.  Democratic candidates have now focused their hopes on tying Trump as the bogeyman to the local candidate in each of five elections. They lost them all. They are doing the same in the Virginia governor's contest that, ...

Time for Sanders Supporters to Grow Up?

Well, recent troubles with the party management and power structure of the Democratic Party illustrate that they seem to be as busy as the Republicans at tearing their party apart. A Salon editorial by Sophia McClennen published last spring, is one of the most articulate expression of the resentments of a substantial portion of the Sanders wing ...