Current plans call for my next “live” blog to be on Sunday May 1st. I plan on taking the remainder of the month off for some travel and what should be an extremely minor operation. Before I “leave” I wanted to do another of my cleanup articles.
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.
It’s early Friday afternoon as I write this and as of this moment (and it could change) the biggest American political story of the week was Tuesday night’s elections. Everything was centered on Virginia but there is much more to discuss. Continue reading About Tuesday +
This article was written well ahead of scheduled publishing in order to accommodate my travel plans.
Today is Halloween. It is a day of ghosts, goblins and scary stuff. I want to bring you something really scary: what public education will look like if the Republicans are successful in taking over the system.
State’s Rights. It sounds good and in fact had a noble intent. Over now three centuries of American history it has been used to justify bad.