Way too many things happened last week to single out a particular issue as the biggest one. Therefore I’d like to explore one that may correct an old problem and positively impact the future. Of course I wouldn’t be capable of doing that without a “dash of snark”. Please come along. Continue reading History?
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
Traditionally the Sunday article’s subject matter is the biggest political news story of the week just ended. You pick it; I certainly can’t. Therefore I’ll briefly comment on several of the candidates. Let’s explore. Continue reading A Lot Went On
When you looked at the title of today’s article I don’t know if your reaction was, “That’s a strong statement” or, “It took you this long to figure it out?” In any event Trump removed any doubt about its validity this past week. Let’s explore. Continue reading My President Is A Lying Coward
It is early Saturday afternoon as I begin to pen this piece. Donald Trump has rescinded the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, has come out with an enemies list and is threatening to revoke their security clearances also. Word has leaked out of the White House (located in the Hamptons this weekend) that the announcements are being held so that they can be used as news cycle distractions. In my mind that alone undermines the argument of national security. There is much more to this story, let’s explore. Continue reading The Unspoken Check