Mark Meadows’ Muck

The January 6 Select Committee has released a 51-page document containing damning information regarding Mark Meadows. Mr. Meadows had surrendered over nine thousand pages of documents to the commission before deciding (being threatened?) not to comply with further requests for details or to testify under oath. Meadows published a book last week which contains some … Continue reading Mark Meadows’ Muck

Joel Osteen, False Prophet Du Jour

Televangelists have been around since the early days of television. They apply their pulpit to influence millions who cannot otherwise, for whatever reason, partake of religious services. Without omission, they grow into affluence, but for many, their careers end in the disgrace of unveiled hypocrisy. They bemoan their prosperity only after the IRS pays them … Continue reading Joel Osteen, False Prophet Du Jour

Dan Quayle is No Kamala Harris

Matt Lewis, Senior Columnist for “The Daily Beast,” wrote an opinion piece that snagged my notice this morning. His position as a human being entitles him to his thoughts; my similar status affords me the same right. His platform as a senior contributor for The Daily Beast provides him with influence by virtue of the … Continue reading Dan Quayle is No Kamala Harris

Sentient Sea Creatures

An elderly man lay dying in his bed when a heady aroma wafted up to his chamber. He knew the love of his life must be cooking his favorite meal. Grappling to make his way down the stairs and dragging his feeble body into the kitchen, he drew himself up and reached for a spoon. … Continue reading Sentient Sea Creatures

Lowering the Bar— Joke

This week has been a mixed bag. The bag I reached into on Friday, hoping for the best, rendered me a flat tire. Every so often I just have to stare, so I did. Then I looked up to the sky and asked my beloved dead dogs in heaven how they could let this happen … Continue reading Lowering the Bar— Joke

Injustice For All

Friday it was announced that a Kenosha, Wisconsin jury reached a verdict of not guilty regarding the Illinois teen, Kyle Rittenhouse, who crossed state lines to attend a protest after retrieving an AR-15 he had waiting for him. Rittenhouse won the lottery when Judge Schroeder was assigned to his case. The judge who regularly flashed … Continue reading Injustice For All