This article is scheduled to publish in the last day of January 2022. Like almost all of my pieces it was written well ahead of that. On January 15, 2022 Glenn Youngkin was sworn in as the Governor of Virginia. I was in Virginia on the weekend before Election Day 2021. Youngkin had a lot of people fooled.
In my mind I have never resolved if Halloween (for adults) or April Fools’ Day is the bigger nitwit holiday. The entire idea of April Fools’ Day is to tell a tale that is untrue and when the listener starts to believe it hit them with the revealing punchline of, “April fools.” With that in mind let me hit you with a bunch of quickies. Continue reading April Fools’ Day Quickies
President Trump’s Cabinet has come under fire by progressives from the beginning. It appears that the criticism has spread across more of the political spectrum since. Far from only the best; this Cabinet doesn’t even appear to even be one of acceptable quality. Perhaps that is why we are getting the outcomes we are. The current situation reminds me of the old computer expression GIGO (garbage in; garbage out). Let’s explore. Continue reading A Question Of Quality
Last week the failure in Hanoi and Michael Cohen’s triple play certainly kept us occupied. However, there was much, much more. In the following paragraphs I’d like to cover a few other events. Let’s explore. Continue reading Oh, By The Way
Today is a rare “catch up/clean up article” on a Wednesday; to compound that I am writing it on Monday morning. All this is being done because of Thanksgiving. Even with the hastened writing and posting I will not suffer from lack of material. Let’s explore. Continue reading An A+ President?