One-Sided Budget Negotiation’s

This is a follow-up to yesterday’s post. As has become or invariably has been the pattern, Democrats give in to the minority Republicans. Scratched from President Biden’s budget package is a tuition-free community college. Instead, they are considering offering scholarships.Negotiations have resulted in reducing the child tax credit to a 1-year extension. Home health care … Continue reading One-Sided Budget Negotiation’s

Senator Joe Manchin’s Evincible Greed

Coal stock has yielded a substantial profit with a surge that is expected to increase its value by 22% before the end of the year. Does this matter to anyone more than Senator Joe Manchin? Perhaps now, his financial advisors will tell him, is the time to sell his stock in coal. It would resolve … Continue reading Senator Joe Manchin’s Evincible Greed

Irony vs. Sarcasm

Good morning class. 😏 Today we will discuss the difference between irony and sarcasm. No, they are not interchangeable. *There will be a test at the end of the lesson. Irony- Doocy is a paid journalist. Sarcasm- I love that guy. (Really, I detest him.) Irony- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who calls the shots … Continue reading Irony vs. Sarcasm

My “Where Were You When” Story

“The graveyard shift requires a gentle soul to soothe the sleepless to sleep or keep them company until tagging with the Morning Report team.” ~unknown My intention in writing this post is not to relive the horror. I have done that far too often, reading every report and watching every video. I am in hiding … Continue reading My “Where Were You When” Story

Attack on Capitol Building, House Investigation Day One

The House Bipartisan Select Committee Investigation into the January 6 attack on the Capitol Building opened on Tuesday morning with testimony given by four police officers who shared their experiences of that day and asked only that the truth be told and those politicians who played a role be held accountable. Committee members are: Chairman … Continue reading Attack on Capitol Building, House Investigation Day One

Rodeo Snorkeling in Pursuit of Toxic Sea Wasps

I’m losing my faith that justice will ever be served. Republicans, both politicians, and their voters seem to be exempt from the rule of law, particularly in the case of white-collar defendants or those who wear white pointy hats, or red baseball MAGA hats (made in China.) The long arm of the law can't seem … Continue reading Rodeo Snorkeling in Pursuit of Toxic Sea Wasps