XLVII Days

I know everything is not about me, but this is my blog, so it kind of is. With everything happening to me as of late: hurricanes, fires, pandemics, earthquakes, sharknados, I have but one regret. I’m disappointed in myself because I’ve been writing so sporadically. My excuse is that I struggle with anxiety; lately, it's … Continue reading XLVII Days

Shocked Again (Not Really) He Knew

It was 1972, when a young investigative journalist, Bob Woodward, teamed with Carl Bernstein while working for the Washington Post to uncover President Richard Nixon's crimes in what became known as Watergate. Their investigations ultimately led to Nixon's resignation. Has Woodward felled another criminal POTUS? The crimes of this one eclipse the crimes of the … Continue reading Shocked Again (Not Really) He Knew

This Election is Everything

The last night of the Democratic National Convention ended with Joe Biden giving the most inspiring speech of the week. Considering the caliber of speeches we saw throughout the convention that was quite a feat. https://youtu.be/rmN90VuLH6Y “Faith sees best in the dark." ~Joe Biden Joe Biden quoted Søren Kierkegaard in his convention speech. It was … Continue reading This Election is Everything

DNC Night Three

“Donald Trump hasn’t grown into the job, because he can’t, and the consequences of that failure are severe. A hundred and seventy thousand Americans dead. Millions of jobs gone. While those at the top take in more than ever. Our worst impulses unleashed, our proud reputation around the world badly diminished, and our democratic institutions … Continue reading DNC Night Three

DNC Night One, 2020

Good Tuesday Morning! Who watched night one of the Democratic National Convention? I watched it last night, and I’ll share my short list of notes. My first note was— "Eva Longoria?" I was going to voice my confusion at the presence of Eva Longoria as a host of the Democratic National Convention, she did a … Continue reading DNC Night One, 2020

“Unintended Consequences,” but Targeted

Central casting couldn’t have found a group of more villainous clichés than Trump’s cabinet appointees. This is not breaking news, but I mention it because this pattern of behavior by Orange Foolius shows an intent to harm the US in any capacity available to him. His cabinet appointees are friends and donors whose financial interests … Continue reading “Unintended Consequences,” but Targeted