Benjamin Franklin was appointed our first Postmaster General in 1775, a year before the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress. Those were the days when men wore breeches, cravats, shoe buckles, and powdered their hair. Post was delivered by horsedrawn carriage, or by carriers who rode on horseback. Mail delivery may have … Continue reading Senate Hearings Today for President Biden’s USPS Board of Governors’ Nominees
Republican Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick is offering $1 million from his campaign funds for evidence of voter fraud. In other words, he has incentivized the fabrication of evidence. Everything's bigger in Texas. (Big hair, best there.) Payoffs in other states are going for far less. In South Carolina, $130,000 was enough to buy the … Continue reading Trump’s Attempted Coup
“I think this will end up in the Supreme Court and I think it’s very important that we have nine justices, and I think the system’s going to go very quickly,” ~D.J Trump I often wonder whether the willfully ignorant population is a product of their environment or genetically predisposed to be incapable of critical … Continue reading Thirty Seven Days Left to Vote – Don’t Wait; Vote Early
Why are we surprised? When I say we, I mean you. This is old news. Trump is a five-time draft dodger, on tape in 2015 disparaging the military service of former United States Senator John McCain. McCain had been a prisoner of war in North Vietnam, offered an early release but refused to leave his … Continue reading Why Are We Surprised?
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