President Joe Biden’s goal when he took office was to have 100,000,000 vaccinations administered in his first 100 days in office. Today is day 59 and the vaccine count is at 122,000,000— so he lied. (That was a joke.) I don’t think I’m alone in applauding his efforts to date. https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/biden-approval-rating/ Among the 122 million … Continue reading Biden, Day Fifty-Nine
“The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” —US Constitution, Article II, Section 4 Because the GOP majority Senate failed to follow the clear guidelines of the constitution, 2020 has been a … Continue reading The Road Unraveling Racism
My mailbox is like a box of chocolates. I’m not talking about good chocolate. I’m talking about the kind of chocolate that after extensive examination, using most of my senses: sight to analyze the color and swirl, smell for clues, feeling it’s weight, shaking it to ascertain density by sound, and nibbling a tiny taste … Continue reading Mail is Like a Box of Chocolates
U.S. unemployment numbers have reached a ten year high at 22 million. This won't bode well for Trump and the GOP come November. Trump dropped the COVID19 ball for 70 days, although new information tells up that he knew about the impending pandemic as far back as November. He wasted months golfing and holding rallies … Continue reading Your Death is a Risk Trump is Willing to Take
I will admit that I suffer from anxiety, the origin of which can be traced back to my mother’s uterus; it wasn't big enough and I was forced out. Since then I’ve wondered, what does the future hold? Who, what, where, how, why, and when can I take another Xanax? Not knowing what is going … Continue reading What is the Truth?
The year was 2007; Goldman Sacs executive, Lloyd Blankfein pocketed $41 million as a financial crisis, caused by greed and enabled by deregulation, permitted banks to engage in predatory lending and hedge fund trading with derivatives. That led to the collapse of the housing market. Airlines began to “restructure,” using corporate bankruptcy laws as a … Continue reading Is 2007 When America Was Great?