Does anyone remember the 1979 movie “When a Stranger Calls?” For you youngsters, 1979 was before the invention of caller ID. It was a time when kids and perverts of all ages made crank/obscene phone calls as a form of entertainment. I never saw the movie because the preview was enough to keep me up … Continue reading From Inside the House
Can we get it right this time, GOP? The House of Representatives is moving forward with the preliminary steps required to impeach Donald J Trump. They have quite a selection of crimes to choose from, but his orchestration of the attempted coup on January 6th is what will end his presidency. Several sources say Monday … Continue reading Trump Impeachment, Take II
I admit I have a problem with anxiety. A bonus side effect of my anxiety is that when it reaches the red zone (mine goes up to eleven,) I break out in hives. It has only happened on a few extended occasions. The first time I experienced it was when I was finalizing plans for … Continue reading Today is November 1, 2020- How You Doin?
“I think this will end up in the Supreme Court and I think it’s very important that we have nine justices, and I think the system’s going to go very quickly,” ~D.J Trump I often wonder whether the willfully ignorant population is a product of their environment or genetically predisposed to be incapable of critical … Continue reading Thirty Seven Days Left to Vote – Don’t Wait; Vote Early
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
Eight days ago George Floyd was murdered by four Minneapolis policemen: two held his body in place, one stood guard to make sure no one would help him, and the fourth used his knee to strangle him. Only one has been arrested. Derek Chauvin, the man who strangled Floyd, had 18 complaints on his official … Continue reading Peaceful Protests Met With Violence