Writing Under the Influence

I’m back! My back! I received a comment on my most recent post that made my week, and made me cry. I have been off the radar since my back surgery because, as I said in my reply to the above comment by Spitball Fury, Ernesto Hemingway’s most sage advice to writers was: “write drunk; … Continue reading Writing Under the Influence

The Supreme Court Trump Built

Our Supreme Court: unelected, unethical, unqualified, unrepentant. They defy the wishes of the majority because they do not work for us. Their rulings are a nod to the Federalist Society. https://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2021/03/in-audiobook-takeover-noah-feldman-lidia-jean-kott-explore-how-federalist-society-captured-supreme-court/ Not all nine, but four (LIARS) chosen by a twice impeached POTUS who tried to overthrow the government with the aid of the wife … Continue reading The Supreme Court Trump Built

System Failure

WARNING this post contains offensive language. A couple of weeks ago, my iPhone 11, which I had purchased on a two year payment plan 13 months prior, malfunctioned. It had a “system failure.” The facial recognition stopped working first. My thought was that my smart ass phone didn’t know me because I’ve lost too much … Continue reading System Failure

What’s Left on the Spending Bill?

Our elected officials believe they have carved out a bill that everyone in Congress can agree on. This bill is the product of Sinchin (Sinema and Manchin, ) Scissorhands. Neither of the two will raise taxes on corporate America or the wealthiest 1% of the population, even though the 25 richest Americans paid little to … Continue reading What’s Left on the Spending Bill?

McConnell’s COVID Relief Bill is Relief for Corporate America

Moscow Mitch keeps telling the press that Democrats will not pass a Covid-19 relief bill, because they are vindictive. The relief bill has been rewritten several times and so far has been declined by Democrats. I hope they hold their ground, but they seem to be slipping. Don’t get me wrong, I’d like some relief, … Continue reading McConnell’s COVID Relief Bill is Relief for Corporate America

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