This is Skritch's first experience with us in the mountains. Turns out he's an accomplished pond jumper, ball fetcher, woods wanderer and swimmer.
And this, too, is one of the greatest albums of all times. I'm on my second listen, and I'm even more convinced, yes, the greatest, unlike anything I've ever heard. Either would be boring to say anything more, or I am simply not up for the task. https://youtu.be/ZV7bawqFGkA
Truly one of the greatest albums of all time. I've listened to it twice now, and I like it more the second time. Don't ask me to describe it. Just trust me. https://youtu.be/ztk4Y7yG-jU?list=PLcZK57B3gqlAz8X7yCGPY2RryOJRgxH9K
For a minute, I thought maybe it was all just a ruse, the flurry of regulations Obama adopted in his last six months in office. Now that Republicans are overturning them left and right, it looks so awful, dumping coal into streams and making it easier to kill wolves, it occurred to me that maybe Obama adopted… Continue reading Congressional Review Act
Today Allie and I drove to Tifton, two hours away, to meet with a couple members of Sen. David Perdue's staff. It was the senator's open office hours. He wasn't there. He's not holding a town hall during this legislative break, so that's one of the things we went there to ask for, a town… Continue reading Mobile office hours
This week's episode of Primary Concerns reveals with extreme clarity that Tom Perez should not be chair of the DNC. The podcast offers a thirty-minute interview with the former Clinton aide, and begins with a half-hour chat with South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg (Keith Elison declined to participate). I only made it through ten minutes or so of… Continue reading The DNC needs Buttigieg