“We Have a World…”

"I never understood wind, I know windmills very much, I've studied them more than anybody...tremendous fumes, gases are spewing into the atmosphere, you know we have a world, the world is tiny compared to the universe.." ~Our beloved IMPOTUS Those words of wisdom and all of tRump’s statements regarding windmills sparked my interest. He is … Continue reading “We Have a World…”

A Family of Rusty Nails

“A rusty nail placed near a faithful compass, will sway it from the truth, and wreck the argosy.” ~Sir Walter Scott “My father taught my siblings and me the importance of positive values and a strong ethical compass. He showed us how to be resilient, how to deal with challenges, and how to strive for … Continue reading A Family of Rusty Nails

Taliban at Camp David— What’s Really Going On?

I have a suspicious mind, or maybe I read enough to know that whatever the Commander-of-Thieves claims, the opposite is true. D.C.’s favorite idiot has passed the week arguing (distracting) about who said Alabama was in the line of a hurricane, Now he has announced the cancellation of a ”secret meeting” with the Taliban that … Continue reading Taliban at Camp David— What’s Really Going On?

Our House is on Fire

Current topics of discussion, as of late, have left me uninspired to write. The following joke is making the rounds: Q: What’s the difference between Trump and Greenland? A: You can't buy Greenland. The man who inspirits humor, among those who can still laugh, is not useful for much else, asking philosophical questions out of … Continue reading Our House is on Fire

Trump’s Crimes Against Humanity

Whether you sleep in a homeless shelter, trailer home, a one bedroom apartment with five roommates, or a sprawling mansion, it is easy to forget the less fortunate, and there are always people less fortunate than most Americans. Currently, there are at approximately fifteen thousand migrants under the age of eighteen held in customs facilities … Continue reading Trump’s Crimes Against Humanity

Hopelet— A Soliloquy

Hope Hicks Left the White House. Now She Must Decide Whether to Talk to Congress. To comply, or not to comply, the New York Times' question: Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer Orange blobs and Russian mobs of outrageous cleptocracy, Or to take arms against a sea of Congress And by opposing end … Continue reading Hopelet— A Soliloquy