Why Is Colin Bonini Sending $$’s To Sam Guy And Charles Potter?

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on September 4, 2018 14 Comments

Let’s first establish the long-standing relationship between Sam Guy and the Potters.  Guy, who lost his license to practice law for 18 months, was the attorney who tried to enable the Potters to get out of paying a contractor for work on their Brandywine Hills home. Both Sam Guy and Velda Potter have publicly lobbied […]

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DL Endorses Jordyn Pusey And Dave Carter For New Castle County Council

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on August 30, 2018 7 Comments

Two superior community activists are running for NCC Council.  They are both committed to the public interest, and they are uniquely qualified to serve. Jordyn Pusey is running in NCC District 1 against Ken Woods who, other than following in the footsteps of his father, displays little interest in making any kind of difference.  A […]

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DL Endorses Tizzy Lockman, Nnamdi Chukwuocha And Sean Lynn For General Assembly

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on August 29, 2018 16 Comments

Delaware Liberal endorses two newcomers and one fearless progressive incumbent in their respective primaries. Rep. Sean Lynn is a progressive treasure in Dover. Name the issue and he fights on behalf of those who the Delaware Way insiders routinely ignore.  He remains impervious to the pervasive good ol’ boys’ culture that permeates Leg Hall. He […]

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Still On The Fence About Kerri Harris & Chris Johnson?

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on August 28, 2018 17 Comments

Maybe this will seal the deal.  When Carper was elected to the Senate in 2000, the Washington Post profiled all the new senators, including Carper. Carper was coming off of his two terms as governor, and he was proud of this record: During his time in the House, Carper, a Navy veteran who has an […]

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Kerri Evelyn Harris For United States Senate

Filed in Delaware, Featured, National by on August 27, 2018 4 Comments

Tom Carper has long since abandoned even the pretense that he legislates on behalf of the average Delawarean. Time after time, issue after issue, when faced with a choice between Delaware voters and the Special Interests who have bankrolled his career, he has consistently voted for filling his corporate coffers at the expense of the […]

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Chris Johnson For Attorney General

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on August 22, 2018 6 Comments

“I will seek justice for those who our legal system leaves behind.” That statement from Chris Johnson appears on every lit piece that the Johnson campaign distributes. Three other words are equally prominent on that same lit piece: “…never a prosecutor.” We endorse Chris Johnson because he is the only candidate for Attorney General who […]

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Delaware Liberal Primary Endorsements

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on August 21, 2018 6 Comments

We at Delaware Liberal proudly and unanimously endorse the following candidates for public office in the Sept. 6 Primary elections: United States Senate: KERRI EVELYN HARRIS Attorney General:  CHRIS JOHNSON State Auditor: KATHLEEN DAVIES Senate District 3:  ELIZABETH LOCKMAN Rep. District 1:  NNAMDI CHUKWUOCHA Rep. District 31: SEAN LYNN NCC District 1: JORDYN PUSEY NCC […]

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Rethugs Get An AG Candidate, And He’s…A Democrat

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on August 20, 2018 9 Comments

An African-American Democrat at that.  One Bernard Pepukayi, who has worked for both Ruth Ann Minner and, wait for it, Tom Gordon. Here’s the News-Journal article: https://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/politics/2018/08/20/bernard-pepukayi-election-delaware-attorney-general-republican/1040132002/ My favorite quote?: “Something has been brewing and I believe I have something that has been calling me,” he says in the video. “I want to make a […]

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Delaware GOP No Longer Has An AG Candidate

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on August 13, 2018 6 Comments

Not surprising since I doubt that anyone can remember they had an AG candidate. For the record, her name is/was Peggy Marshall Thomas. In announcing that she was dropping out,  she asked “the media to ‘respect her privacy’.”  No problem, Peggy. The R’s have until Sept. 4 to name someone to replace her on the […]

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Tom Carper In His Own Words: Why He Should No Longer Be Senator

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on August 10, 2018 6 Comments

When Tom Carper ran against Bill Roth in 2000, he made age the issue while claiming that age was not the issue. Of course, age wasn’t the issue, said Carper. Energy was.  Don’t believe me? Read this piece on that race from 2000. Won’t take you long to find the money quote. Here’s how Tom […]

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Most Intriguing Delaware Primaries: RD 5

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on August 3, 2018 37 Comments

This is the district that was specifically drawn for Melanie George, now Melanie George Smith.  The 2012 version retains most of the barbell-ian characteristics of the original 2002 incarnation and stretches from Bear to New Castle.  It was part of a deal that D leadership, specifically Bob Gilligan, cut with the R’s who controlled the […]

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‘Bulo’s Fave Tunes: July, 2018

Filed in Arts and Entertainment, Featured by on July 31, 2018 2 Comments

This month, I’m simply gonna present the songs in the order that I first heard them. Just remember, if you don’t like one, you can move onto another one. Might not like that one either. But you’ll probably like something:

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Most Intriguing Primaries: RD 22

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on July 31, 2018 14 Comments

This one is a political scientist’s dream.  A retiring long-time legislator.  A district which has moved from red to purple.  Primaries in both parties. The retiring legislator is Joe Miro.  Probably the last of his breed: A moderate R from a northern New Castle County district that is trending more D every month. Current registration […]

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