Kansas City is pothole city. Bridges and roads need repair.
This is not the time for streetcar expansion. Is this too logical for our leaders?
The real issue
I confess amazement and some amusement over the brouhaha in Washington, D.C., between parties seeking political advantage over “loyalty pledges” and questions of whose team one is on. Seeking political advantage has been part of American politics since before we won the Revolution.
I do not see anyone addressing the heart of the issue: how to strengthen our system of voting and prevent malicious actors from interfering.
When will we hear from Congress about the depth of Russia’s (and other actors’) penetration of the voting process? It is widely reported that almost all of our intelligence agencies agree there was a series of Russian attempts. Where and how? Most importantly, what steps are we taking to prevent ongoing and future ever-more-sophisticated attempts at undermining the voting process?
Robert Mueller, who I am certain is a good man, has been investigating potential collusion for almost a year now. Can we the people have an in-progress review or update?
I am waiting to hear about efforts, not to fix blame, but to fix the problem.
Some people call condemnations