My good friend Dave and I were talking the other day and President Trump’s impact on the US came up. What has he really achieved or accomplished- good or bad? What is his actual impact on the world as El Presidente? This is a fun back and forth for me because Dave and I are… Continue reading President Trump’s Legacy
Liberals and moderates are in trouble. They have almost nobody recognizable to run at the national level. It’s time they revisited their platforms and started being serious about compromise and their country. It’s also time to put the DNC back in the hands of its members and get rid of the Super Delegate system. A… Continue reading A better platform
Editor’s Note: I wrote this back about 3 months or so, ago. I was going to add a paragraph or two about my Dad, which I might do as an extended piece, but I thought I would get it posted now, as it has spent far too much time on my “To Do” list. … Continue reading What are we fighting for?
Economix had a fun tear down of the current plan put forth by the President and the GOP to replace the current ACA. The author’s politics run counter to Trump’s and the far right, but he does a pretty good job of keeping it real from an economic standpoint. He also points out that one… Continue reading A take on the healthcare plan
I think this current administration may end up one of the more successful ones in history. Not because of great leadership, Trump is a lousy leader. And not because of his deft skills, I think he’s proving rather unqualified, so far. No, it’s going to be great by accident, as a by product of him… Continue reading Accidental Success
Protests are a funny thing, most people don’t like them even when they have legitimate points. Most recently I think of the election, the equal rights and various civil rights protests going on since the 9th of November, but I’m also thinking of the Occupy Wall Street movement, the Vietnam protests and, of course, the… Continue reading Marching side by side
Trump orders a media blackout at the EPA It seems his approach to generating new jobs/business will be to essentially remove regulation as a barrier. I won’t argue that there are many areas where we are over regulated. Perhaps I’m being self-serving, but I’d argue that the shipping industry is one such area. With that… Continue reading No clothes and nobody to tell him
Well, It’s the start of his first full week in office. Kind of interesting. Pulls out the TPP, and wants to renegotiate NAFTA, too. I support that move. Then does the usual Republican thing with abortions, which I wish would just stop. Enough political back and forth between the Right & Left on that. His… Continue reading Manic Monday
If I were Trump, and I was done being serious about running for President, I’d start tanking my run right about now. Thoughts?
Back around 1996 there was a movie featuring Jack Lemmon and James Garner titled, “My Fellow Americans“. Tonight’s debate, and the references to certain anatomical parts reminded me of a scene in which former President Douglas, played by James Garner, is using the restroom. In comes a gentlemen who recognizes him and wants to shake… Continue reading Post Debate – The First Penis