There is always that one family in the neighborhood or complex who is “that” tenant or neighbor. You know, the one that never mows their grass, picks up the trash in their yard, paints their house, plays loud music at all hours, and argues with one another so loud you get embarrassed just hearing what… Continue reading He is “That” Tenant
For the first time ever, the moderator of a Presidential Debate will have the privilege, or the burden, of being able to turn off microphones if appropriate and needed during the debate. Yes, two people running for the highest office in the land, and was once called the most powerful office in the world, needs… Continue reading Civilized or Uncivilized Debate?
Within the next few days the Senate will take up the vote to formally consent to Amy Coney Barrett taking a seat on the United States Supreme Court. We are well aware how hypocritical this vote is going to be. Many senators are going against their own stance of four years ago when they refused… Continue reading History Doesn’t Forget
Need a moment to decompress for the evening. Be back tomorrow. If you haven’t voted yet, please make your plan, and then vote in the way that works best for you.
As we get closer to the election, more people I know are letting it be known subtlely, and not so subtlely, their support of the incumbent. Even now, even this far into this administration, I still find it hard to compute and process how they are supporting the incumbent. We all can see the same… Continue reading Hard to Compute and Process
A friend, who supports the incumbent, made mention of Biden supporters never saying why they are voting for him, just putting down the incumbent. I will freely admit I would most likely have voted for any Democrat in order to remove the want-to-be authoritarian from office. Even as an imperfect country, I do not want… Continue reading Why I Voted Biden/Harris
Truth. What is truth anymore? Is it what we see on TV? Is it what we read online? Is it the words printed in the newspaper? It is what friends and family tell us in person or via comments on social media, or the many other ways to communicate? Who do we believe when a… Continue reading What is Truth?
Honestly, how many of us had ever heard the term “originalists” until this past week? I’ll answer honestly, I hadn’t. I’d heard Federalist before, but originalists was a new one. And, based on what it means, it is not a good one to know along with being very bad for most Americans. In reading the… Continue reading Constitutional Originalists
I have always loved words. Friday spelling tests were well worth the wait. Misspelled words, especially in classrooms are a pet peeve of mine. Which is why some words of late have been most intriguing. “Person, woman, man, camera, TV?” These words made the most “powerful” man in the world seem the fool. “Stand back… Continue reading Listen to the Words