A Good Look At Where We Are So Far
I could keep tossing out bits and pieces of evidence, fact, video, articles and insightful commentary, but it might be more helpful to talk about everything in perspective. The state of the union, by me.
America 2020 101
We’ve clearly divided into two camps so far.
I’ve discovered this by observing. While I comment on current affairs a lot, I observe ten times more. As a trained news reporter for 25-years, I find it natural to look for both sides of every story, and when I comment, I promise to Continue reading “The Forest Is Bleeding (America 2020 101)”
Watch Jerrold Nadler, Chair of The US House Judiciary Committee, Continue reading “Masks Are Fun!”
Twitter offers, you might say, a lens into culture, personalities and current affairs. Most of your favorite people are on there, and most of the big players in current news stories have something to say, sometimes a lot!
There are articles, videos and opinions on Twitter you won’t see anywhere else! And, with President Trump leading the way, government officials would be negligent not to use the platform. While there are rules, there are few Continue reading “Twitter is The New News Media”
I called this two years ago! I was a big fan of big Emmy-winner Schitt’s Creek and wrote an article, contrasting it with the Big Bang Theory! Continue reading “Schitt’s Creek Wins Big at Emmies 2020”
President Donald Trump holds a campaign rally in Fayetteville, N.C.
Saturday evening, September 19, Continue reading “Trump Rally, North Carolina”
I went to my mom’s house today and we sat down and watched “Lonesome Dove.” This is an old show with one of my favorite actors from when I was younger, Robert Urich, and lots of other to-become-famous names. It’s cowboy and indian stuff. It was fun! When I got home, later Continue reading “The Fear Mongering Monster, and a Bunch of Nice Folks”
I’ve been very lucky to have a great family.
Most of who I am is based on the examples set, good times laughing about Monty Python, getting far too interested in who everyone’s dentist is, beaching it all day, all summer as kids, dinner every night at home with the whole family, the smiles and smirks, raised eyebrows and such …
It all adds up to a person!
I was lucky to be raised well. Sounds a bit like bragging; maybe that’s why people are reluctant to talk about how Continue reading “The Things I Learned In Life”
(the opportunity of America: to burn city hall)
Donald Trump represents America. What it is, what it’s been built into, it’s purpose, slogans, essence. His most awkward moves and missteps of the past reinforce what America represents; opportunity.
You think you know what opportunity is? Fairness? Freedom?
In yesterday’s America
I haven’t broken any laws
The subject matter’s fascinating
But it’s been goin’ on too long
I’m just gettin’ started but I
Sometimes wonder if I should
There aren’t any rules
In tomorrow’s neighborhood
The news has been consuming
YouTube is quite the bomb
God bless the Bill of Rights Continue reading “Yesterday’s America (a poem)”
To say Donald Harris, the VP candidate’s father, doesn’t like what his daughter is up to is an understatement. He opposes, as you’ll hear in this Continue reading “Kamala Harris Smokes Dope and Her Father Doesn’t Like it”
It’s one thing to be at the bottom of your class.
It’s another to be at the bottom of your class and lie about it.
Joe Biden ran for president in 1988. Many may have forgotten, because he dropped out, because he lied too much.
And no, this is not a lie! That’s the entirety of comic relief I’ll provide; Joe can take it from here.
“The 1988 presidential campaign of Joe Biden, the longtime Democratic U.S. Senator from Delaware, began in June 1987. He was considered one of the potentially strongest candidates in the field. However, in September 1987, newspaper stories stated he had plagiarized a speech Continue reading “Joe Biden Gives “Class” a New Bottom”
My cat’s asleep again.
I guess I’ll take some time to talk about my moth.
I think it’s a “he.” I named him Clyde. We met recently in my bathroom, where Clyde landed, on two different occasions, to accompany me Continue reading “I Have A Moth (and I love him)”