Next Week on The Recovering Politician

I hope you enjoyed our first day of posts on The Recovering Politician.  Please take seriously my request to offer your critiques, suggestions and ideas in the comments section below.  And if you like what you read, please recommend this site to your friends via the buttons in the upper right of every post, and share it through the buttons below every post.

As we work out the kinks of this grand new experiment, and as other recovering politicians join the fray, I promise that the best is yet to come.

Speaking of which…

Next week will feature the debut post of three new recovering politicians. On Monday, we will lead off with the remarkable story of a young elected official — identified by many, including a well-respected documentarian, as a national rising star — who made an enormous mistake that abruptly stalled his political career. Now that he has paid an extraordinary price for his misdeed, he is sharing his story with The RP’s readers to help ensure others avoid the same pitfalls, as well as to offer comprehensive reforms for the toxic system which enveloped him. Tune it at 8:30 AM EDT on Monday.

Later that morning, I will offer my thoughts on the anniversary of what I believe is the greatest political oration of the 20th Century.  A hint:  Look at your calendar for Monday’s infamous date.

And of course, we will have more Weekly Web Gems, and robust debate and conversation in the Comments section.

Have a great weekend.

And…oh, yeah…to my readers in Connecticut, I give you my most heartfelt condolences in advance of your big loss Saturday night.  Go Cats!


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