Pardon me for this maudlin post. World news is too much. The U.S. government election was unfortunate. Personal discovery is disappointing. Life has got me down. This leaves the obvious topic; once again I will discuss Thanksgiving. Fear not leftover gorgers; before I hit publish, I will find something happy to focus on because that’s … Continue reading Post Thanksgiving Reflections
I just spent 30 minutes trapped in a tire shop where not only was I assaulted by rubber tire smell, but Fox News blared in the waiting area. Maybe “blared” is dramatic, but Kelly Ann Conway was on, and my mind was transported to the Hell of 2016. It was a long 20 minutes and … Continue reading The House Built on Gerrymandered Districts, Election 2022
Moscow Mitch promised he would retireIf his party’s majority miredIt was, as you see,Goodbye GOPNow to snuff out his burning hellfire•~•The Senate is now lost for the rightAnd the House still in Democrats sightIf both are turned blueThink of all we can doPower to the people—now indict•~•Those who attempted to overthrow The government, many we … Continue reading Bye, Mitch—A Limerick
Three pharmaceutical companies are killing 100,000 American diabetics annually. Greed is their weapon of choice. Eli Lilly, (Indiana) Novo Nordisk, (New Jersey,) and Sanofi, (Paris France,) control 99 percent of the insulin marketplace. There is no generic competitor to offer an alternative, or drive down prices. Unlike other industries, where competition might lead to price … Continue reading Could a Sick Bird Fly to Canada to Buy Insulin?
Sorry if you clicked on my post because the title implied that I know, but if you’ll notice the punctuation, you’ll see it’s a question. I don’t know. This is a non-ad blog, aka clicks are not monetarily rewarded. I am a volunteer; only my ego is fed by numbers. Regardless, I do have some … Continue reading Who Won the House and Senate?
“Oh America, how often you have taken necessities from the masses to give luxuries the the classes.” ~Dr MLK Let me open this post by saying that voting for a third-party candidate, in a system of government such as ours, where there is no workable avenue for them to succeed, is wasting your vote. [expletive … Continue reading Still Too Close To Call