Minority Mitch McConnell

I’m taking the math guy’s word for it and celebrating both Georgia Senate wins early. Outstanding votes are from heavily Democratic counties. The New York Times gives Democrats a 90% likelihood to win both Senate seats at this point. The Georgia runoff election has flipped the state blue, evening out the balance of the Senate … Continue reading Minority Mitch McConnell

“No Signs of Foul Play”

🎼"Southern. Trees bear a strange fruit, 🎶Blood on the leaves and blood at the root, 🎵Black body swinging in the southern breeze, 🎶Strange fruit hanging from poplar trees ..." ~Billy Holiday, Strange Fruit Officials report there was no foul play, okay? Apparently, the racial tensions that have erupted since May 25th, 2020, the day George … Continue reading “No Signs of Foul Play”

Give Me Liberty!

Now that the pandemic has been canceled, and people are out and about, what do we do with all the masks that so few people are wearing? I thought perhaps a patchwork quilt to cover corpses might be nice. Pandemic protesters have gotten their fresh tattoos, had their nails manicured and hairs cut; they’ve had … Continue reading Give Me Liberty!

Defunding Police in Minneapolis

Just over two weeks ago George Floyd was murdered by Derek Chauvin, a police officer who had a record of abuse against black civilians. Chauvin killed George Floyd knowing he was being taped, hearing bystanders pleas to “get off his neck.” He looked defiantly into the camera as he killed Floyd, clearly believing he would … Continue reading Defunding Police in Minneapolis

The Road Unraveling Racism

“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

Peaceful Protests Met With Violence

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