Donald Trump Has Committed Treason

We knew he was a traitor, but news reports have revealed new details about the depth of Donald Trump's treasonous behavior. His response to Covid-19 has made me wonder. It’s almost as if he made a deal with the devil to kill as many Americans as possible. (Devil— enter stage Eastern Europe.) It has been … Continue reading Donald Trump Has Committed Treason

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

Protests Accross the Country

For anyone who has been unplugged from the news this week, this post is for you. Demonstrations began four days ago in Minneapolis, in protest of a Memorial Day murder committed by four police officers. Several bystanders captured the brutality on video from many vantage points. There can be no doubt what happened. George Floyd, … Continue reading Protests Accross the Country

Karens and Ice-Cube

Yesterday I learned that I cannot make jokes about menopause when the topic of conversation is Karens, because it's sexist. *A Karen, if anyone doesn't know, is a racist white woman who has lost her mind. She is a tRump supporter. Legend has it that the first such woman caught on tape was named Karen. … Continue reading Karens and Ice-Cube

Your Death is a Risk Trump is Willing to Take

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

Voting is a Privilege

Yesterday was primary day in three states: Arizona, Florida, and Illinois. Ohio postponed their election, rescheduling it for June 2. Four more states have rescheduled: Georgia moved their March 20 primary to May 19 Maryland has moved their’s from April 28 to June 2 Louisiana was to vote in April 4, now June 20 Kentucky … Continue reading Voting is a Privilege