The November presidential election might seem far away, but it’s time for the veepstakes — already. You know, that favorite game of pundits, politicos and political junkies who, every four years, obsess over the presidential candidates’ choice for vice president.
Though Congress is failing to pass laws to restrict the number of migrants arriving in the U.S., a majority of Americans — about 6 in 10 — believe there’s an immigration crisis along the Mexico-U.S. border. Politicians who want fewer people to move here often cast those arriving without prior authorization as a burden on the economy.
Can we agree that America’s politics are in a state of disarray? Remember when politics was a boring subject and not the main topic on all news shows and talk shows? Turn on late-night talk shows, and politics are the lead in their monologues.
Lately, my attention has been drawn to three additional local examples of unnecessary traffic strangulation by the Delaware Department of Transportation’s all-way stop controls, along with one at least semi-reasonable AWSC installation.