Ignorance is Bliss, But Knowledge is Power

Living in happy bubbles of ignorance because reality makes us uncomfortable allows the bad to guys win. Ignorance is bliss, or so I’ve read. This post is dedicated to sister Christian, who left a passive-aggressive, mean girl, kick-’em when they’re down, comment on my last post. She was bent out of shape because I mentioned … Continue reading Ignorance is Bliss, But Knowledge is Power

Mark Meadows’ Muck

The January 6 Select Committee has released a 51-page document containing damning information regarding Mark Meadows. Mr. Meadows had surrendered over nine thousand pages of documents to the commission before deciding (being threatened?) not to comply with further requests for details or to testify under oath. Meadows published a book last week which contains some … Continue reading Mark Meadows’ Muck

Irony vs. Sarcasm

Good morning class. 😏 Today we will discuss the difference between irony and sarcasm. No, they are not interchangeable. *There will be a test at the end of the lesson. Irony- Doocy is a paid journalist. Sarcasm- I love that guy. (Really, I detest him.) Irony- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who calls the shots … Continue reading Irony vs. Sarcasm

A Limerick for a Coward

•~• Milquetoast Pence was schooled by a Quayle Who when asked said there was no avail The votes say Trump lost Stand up to your boss Either way, he wouldn’t post your bail. •~• Treason was their choice, not a shock GOP pledged themselves to Trump stock Ignore what they say What we saw that … Continue reading A Limerick for a Coward

Attack on Capitol Building, House Investigation Day One

The House Bipartisan Select Committee Investigation into the January 6 attack on the Capitol Building opened on Tuesday morning with testimony given by four police officers who shared their experiences of that day and asked only that the truth be told and those politicians who played a role be held accountable. Committee members are: Chairman … Continue reading Attack on Capitol Building, House Investigation Day One

Insurrectionists Have Their Days in Court

This has been a big week in federal court, and little of it is covered by mainstream media. Scott Macfarlane NBC4 Investigative Reporter has been relentlessly reporting court proceedings for high-profile defendants involved in the January 6 insurrection. He is in court every day, offering first-hand accounts, and steadily sharing bodycam footage that has never … Continue reading Insurrectionists Have Their Days in Court