The News Won’t Stop

I haven't been much in the mood to discuss politics of late. The last couple of weeks, my constant and increasingly physical habit of rolling my eyes progressed to throwing my arms in the air as I do so, and then I added a jump stop, time step which resulted in a pulled hammie. Words. … Continue reading The News Won’t Stop

Mike Pence’s Spirit Animal

At a glance, last night's debate appeared to be just another opportunity for a smug, weak man to disregard boundaries set by a woman, in this case, the moderator, and to pretend his debate opponent, Senator Kamala Harris, had no voice. Then something profound happened. Mike Pence’s Spirit Animal made an appearance. When the fly … Continue reading Mike Pence’s Spirit Animal

Thank Me for My Patience

I am not going to complain today, despite news that Kanye and Jared Kushner speak daily. I won't complain—today, despite Dollhand's admission that he’s sabotaging the US postal service to keep people from voting by mail, and in the process endangering the lives and sustenance of many people whose prescription drugs and Social Security checks … Continue reading Thank Me for My Patience

Biden and Harris, the Dynamic Duo

https://twitter.com/kamalaharris/status/1293530961150455808?s=21 White men of the grand old party are afraid. They would have preferred almost any other candidate, but Biden's Vice Presidential pick has left them scrambling. Kamala Harris is smart, experienced, and she does her homework. I sat up and took notice when she made Brett (I like beer) Kavanaugh cry. Her questioning of … Continue reading Biden and Harris, the Dynamic Duo

1st Debate, Part II

Thursday night, the second ten of 24 candidates vying for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination took the floor to debate. The first ten debated on Wednesday night. If the math doesn't add up, please read my post of yore, link below. *Let me add this disclaimer here before you read too much into my post— … Continue reading 1st Debate, Part II

Barr’s Senate Hearing Didn’t End Well

Attorney General Bill Barr was sucker punched just prior to his scheduled Senate Hearing on Wednesday. The night prior to testifying, Tuesday, the public learned that on March 27, 2019, three days after Bill Barr has written and published his four-page summary of Robert Mueller's 448 page report, Robert Mueller wrote to Bill Barr, stating … Continue reading Barr’s Senate Hearing Didn’t End Well