Originally Posted March 1st, 2019 They (the Democrats) are creating a bill to compel the president to present his tax returns. Why? At this point we can be sure of two things. 1) The President is not like other Presidents. Yes he is a cheat(as in he cheated on his… Continue reading
Originally posted March 18, 2019. I often make this comment about myself, and often for similar reasons. I think David explains his version pretty well. I’m not, and I don’t think I’ve ever been, a person who believes that our actions and reactions are set in stone. I choose to… Continue reading
Originally posted March 27th, 2019.
Originally posted March 28th, 2019. My youngest little dude turns 14 today. My oldest will turn 16 in less than two weeks… Several years ago I read a passage in a book somewhere that said children are basically on loan to us for a little while. They are not ours… Continue reading
I’m doing a Facebook dump of the things that I’ve written that I wish to keep around, so you’ll likely see some extra posts that popup and may not have clear context or seem somewhat dated. I’ve essentially dropped Facebook as a media platform at this time. Even if I excuse their data collection and analysis policies, I still find it to be one of the most popular toxic environments on the Internet. Sure there are worse ones, but none so widely traveled. To be honest, I’m just tired of losing respect for people I know. Everybody is human, and I won’t fault them for that, but something about online forums seems to bring out the worst side of people and I’m tired of staring it in the Face(book).
I think Trump’s VP during his second term should be Bill Clinton. That would be the ultimate ticket for the Baby Boomer and up crowd. Two guys with absolutely zero moral fiber, both consummate liars who, between the two of them, can sleaze their way out of everything. And as… Continue reading
I hear that often, especially from “harder” science types. Honestly, I don’t disagree. Given the scope of the human condition, however, it is certainly something we should study more, and study better. Like most things medical that can be abused for profit, I would love to see it separated from… Continue reading
I enjoy Robert Reich’s thoughts on most things. I don’t always agree with his politics, but most of his stuff on economics is solid and does provide a great perspective on modern corporate and political policy. In addition to the video link I’m sharing, I recommend you grab a book… Continue reading
If you want to begin to understand the character of a person you can observe a few things about them. 1) How do they treat people of a higher social class?2) How do they treat those of a lower social class?3) Who are the people that they choose to surround… Continue reading
Harry S Truman had a sign on his desk that read, “The Buck Stops Here”. He said it let people know that there would be no more passing of responsibility, no more dodging the work required. It was both promise and warning. The funny thing is, the sign point outward… Continue reading