I am among a growing number of people who don’t have television service. The internet keeps me apprised of daily news, and I believe I’m more informed now than I was when I depended on television because I have more sources of information. The reason I don’t have television service because I have to prioritize … Continue reading News Blues
No, I’m not watching Trump’s defense team project and dissimulate. I have crossword puzzles to work on, and paper airplanes to fly, a fidget spinner that must be spun today, a book to read, and I'm sketching a picture of my sofa. I'm busy. I also wanted to share my thoughts on Trump’s intimidation techniques. … Continue reading The Fall of America or the End of Trumperica
There is an insane turnover rate of news stories connected to the demise of the criminal enterprise our government has become. Considering the Adderol abuser featured in these stories, it's no wonder. The first week of impeachment testimony did not disappoint. Not only were the witnesses compelling, but they were also credible. The GOP acted … Continue reading Too Much News
How rude. After anticipating Don the Con’s impeachment for months, 36 months to be exact, Congress began televised hearings on a day when I could not watch. My lunch break yesterday was an eye-opener. I made my way to a lounge where the tv that usually plays a horrible soap opera played impeachment hearings. I … Continue reading Impeachment Day One, What Did I Miss?
In yet another story to file with the news that you can not believe is true, Rudy Giuliani's butt has been calling an NBC reporter who he had been in contact with (intentionally) several hours before. His butt left relatively long, damming voicemails in which he laments such woes as: “The problem is we need … Continue reading Giuliani’s Butt
This morning we learned the shocking news of the untimely death at age 68, of Congressman Elija Cummings. Representative Elijah Cummings, was a Democrat from Baltimore, a civil rights advocate who became one of the White House squatter's fiercest opponents in Congress and was frequently on the receiving end of his racially undertoned barbs. It … Continue reading People in Politics Today