Archive for June, 2011

David Prosser Chokes When it Counts

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

At long last, we are honored to once again say welcome back to Political Progressives! It’s been a long time since we last posted, and we’ve missed you guys as much as (we hope) you’ve missed us. With our writer being on unemployment, we just felt it was necessary to let him get some actual […]

How Does Michele Bachmann Change the 2012 Presidential Race?

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011

It’s a crying shame that everything in politics always seems to happen at exactly the same time. Last week while our writer was still unemployed and had tons of free time, relatively little was going on in the world of politics. Today, there were literally five different events that our writer could have picked to […]

Housekeeping: Our Other Pages and the Next Two Weeks

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Hey everyone, Thank you so much for being a valuable part of the Political Progressives team. We’re able to get our product out to you because you’re there to read it. So often, it goes un-noticed by bloggers everywhere that their readership is their blog. We couldn’t be us without you guys, so thank you […]

Newt Gingrich: How Not to Run For President

Saturday, June 11th, 2011

At Political Progressives, we’ll be the first to tell you that trying to predict election results more than a year and a half in advance is like trying to pick a winner for the Kentucky Derby before the field is set – it’s often just a waste of time. Between now and November 6th, 2012, […]

Dear NATO: Make Up Your Mind!

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Maybe we’re a bit jaded when it comes to the coalition known as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. We really can’t respect any group that was born out of a kindergartener’s mentality. NATO came into existence because there were those evil communists in Western Europe who were poised to attack at any moment, and  they […]

Will Russ Feingold Run For Governor in Wisconsin?

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Russ Feingold has to enjoy where he’s at in life right now. He’s a law professor, he’s writing a book, he just started a Political Action Committee that fights corruption instead of sponsoring it, he had better poll numbers when he was in office than the man who beat him in the recent elections currently […]

Does Anyone Really Care About Jobs?

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

We caught an interesting article written by former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich. The title of the article is audacious enough – Why Washington Isn’t Doing Squat About Jobs and Wages. This seems to fly in the face of just about every politician and pundit out there (including us) , who would tell you that […]

More Election Fraud From Republicans – And They Try To Justify It

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

At Political Progressives, we’ve talked before about how stunned we are at the current crop of Wisconsin Republicans who not only feel the need to break the law to get what they want, they attempt to justify breaking the law. It happened with the Budget Repair Bill, and it’s happening again now with the recall […]

Mitt Romney Enters the 2012 Race For President – What it Means

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

If Mitt Romney’s announcement earlier this week that he would seek the Republican nomination for the 2012 presidential race came as a surprise, we regret to inform you that not only is President Regan no longer in office, he’s also dead. To everyone else – especially readers of Political Progressives – the announcement itself might […]

Why the Wisconsin Republicans Have to Go

Saturday, June 4th, 2011

At Political Progressives, we have never seen corruption like this in politics before. Granted, our writer is all of 24, so he didn’t have the joys of experiencing what life was like under Nixon, and he certainly wasn’t around during the early 1900’s when corruption was so bad in Chicago that the mob literally ran […]

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