This is an Appropriate Response to Trumpism

Tami Burages (@tmurages) hit it out of the park with the following Twitter thread. This is what a response to Trumpism and AG Barr should have looked like in a truly functioning Democratic Republic and a Fourth Pillar seeking the truth to protect the Constitution. This is what we should demand and expect from our… Continue reading This is an Appropriate Response to Trumpism

A Day in the Life of the 99%

This is a mash-up from the past few months. Time to get up for work. We roll out of our nice comfy bed to get ready. Thousands of children in U.S. detention camps are trying to stay warm under inhumane conditions. It doesn’t matter, they aren’t our children. As we shower, Rudy Giuliani is working… Continue reading A Day in the Life of the 99%

Apathy Be Thy Name and Enemy

Where do you think this protest is taking place? New York? Los Angeles? Chicago? Miami? Columbus? Indianapolis? Don’t we wish! This is a protest, just one day out of month’s long protests in Hong Kong. Their government was trying to take rights away from them and they weren’t having any of it. We have an… Continue reading Apathy Be Thy Name and Enemy

MSM, Take a Lesson

It is quite sad when a member of the press, your peer, is excluded or berated for the simple reason he or she did not bow down to Mr. Trump or one of his lackeys. This has happened not once, not twice, not thrice, but at least four times in recent history. They either lost… Continue reading MSM, Take a Lesson

State of the Union Guest Wish List

Democrats seem to finally be standing up to Mr. Trump effectively. It is now time to continue that momentum in exposing Mr. Trump as the fraud he is, and a man with a low level of integrity and morality. I’m not sure how the visitor gallery invites work, but here is my wish list of… Continue reading State of the Union Guest Wish List

When You Don’t Say No

As a parent, we know we have to say no to our children to help them learn right from wrong, moral from immoral, ethical from unethical, empathic from indifference, lawful from unlawful. Children will push the boundaries until we show them the boundaries. When we do the above as best we can, our children usually… Continue reading When You Don’t Say No

The Deplorable Among Us Have Won

Until today, I’ve not used that term really. However, it seems the most appropriate today. The deplorable of today are women who voted for a man who feels okay grabbing a woman by the pussy and a party that believes it should be able to control a woman’s body. It is a FBI director who… Continue reading The Deplorable Among Us Have Won

The United States Constitution Experiment is Failing

https://2vwlfu3ynqxb3npfhm3m8lde-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/lady-liberty-weeping.jpg Although I have felt our Democracy, our Republic, has been failing for a long time, it has become even more evident as I have been watching the impeachment of President Trump. When the President carte blanched people not to answer lawful subpoenas and Republicans did nothing, we the people did nothing, and the courts… Continue reading The United States Constitution Experiment is Failing

Question: Why is Biden Still Ahead in the National Polls?

Source: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/15/opinion/joe-biden.html, Mike Blake/Reuters Joe Biden should be hanging his head in shame. Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden recently stated he will not comply with a Senate subpoena around the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Then, he double-downed on his statement. This is a man who is running for the Presidency of the United States.… Continue reading Question: Why is Biden Still Ahead in the National Polls?

Where Have All Our Leaders Gone?

Every morning I wake up with many questions running through my head. One of the questions is always about leadership. I wonder if I have been a good leader? Have I set a good example? Have I inspired anyone to do better recently? Have I encouraged others to take risks knowing I will be there… Continue reading Where Have All Our Leaders Gone?