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Could Have, Would Have, Should Have

I became disgusted with Michael Flynn as soon as I started reading about him just after Trump announced him as National Security Advisor. Back then I came across a tweet of his from a Twitter account he has...

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Republican Senators Have To Go

As a result of these confirmation hearings, I have developed a deep loathing for Mitch McConnell and the Republican Senators. Oh, how I would love to “nevertheless” McConnell. The New York Times is maintaining...

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She Persisted

She read a letter written by Senator Ted Kennedy. He told her to play nice. She read a letter written by Coretta Scott King. He told her to shut up. She was called for the...

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Friends and Their Votes

Sunday night was not going well at all. In addition to my team being down 28-3 late in the 3rd, my new friends on Twitter (who share my political views) made it clear THEY DO...

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Voice Your Truth

I’d like to start this post with a quote from Harry Belafonte (soon to be 90) as reported in the New York Times today (in an article sent to me by my mother): It’s...

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Towards Civic Engagement

Do you know who your members of Congress are? It’s easy to find out. Go to this senate.gov page to find your senators. Go to this house.gov page to find your representative. Once you...

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Post 11-9

I’m back. Sort of. I won’t be posting any more personal stories. I’m not really up for sharing those stories with the public anymore. And I know that I’ve said in the past that...

Dispelled

I came to two realizations last week: My daughters – no matter how nasty they are – will, at some point, be stopped from succeeding. Phil is gone. I won’t talk further about the first since I don’t...

ICYMI

ICYMI stands for “in case you missed it”. I learned that as a result of spending so much time on the internet. In any event, here are some things that you might have missed....