Our House is on Fire

Current topics of discussion, as of late, have left me uninspired to write. The following joke is making the rounds: Q: What’s the difference between Trump and Greenland? A: You can't buy Greenland. The man who inspirits humor, among those who can still laugh, is not useful for much else, asking philosophical questions out of … Continue reading Our House is on Fire

The Fall of Trump

I choose to ignore Trump’s unhinged CPAC rant. Instead I'm going to focus on his demise. Michael Cohen's testimony last week implicated Trump in at least 11 felonies. In my opinion Cohen will prove to be the catalyst that takes down Donald Trump. Cohen's testimony offered House Democrats legal cause to subpoena Trump's tax returns. … Continue reading The Fall of Trump

3rd Party Delusions

2016 was the year we learned Of a faction, seemingly concerned, With public good and social welfare The Green Party, they really don’t care Doctor Jill Stein, you may recall Her 3rd Party siphoned and forestalled Democratic votes. What? She broke bread With Putin? Stein's agenda misled Knowing she can't win, announced intent 2020 run … Continue reading 3rd Party Delusions

Trump is a bit Stressed

Odd behavior is normal for Donald Trump however, there were widespread reports last night that, during the White House tree lighting ceremony, he visibly panicked as he looked at his phone and quickly left. There were many speculations on the cause. The most intriguing guess I heard was that Trump received an alert that McDonalds … Continue reading Trump is a bit Stressed

A Documentary to Watch Today: “Active Measures”

Active Measures | Super Ltd Active Measures | Super Ltd If you haven’t yet, watch the new documentary “Active Measures,” released on Saturday August 31, and available on: iTunes, Hulu, or in Theaters. I've watched it... twice. (Dork) I have read and reread everything I could get my hands on over the past two years, … Continue reading A Documentary to Watch Today: “Active Measures”