I was initially going to split this article into three groups as outlined in the title. Then I realized that in many cases my observations led to my attempts at sarcastic humor and it was almost impossible to separate them. I sincerely hope none of the fears I outline today materialize; perhaps that is why they are fears. However they are not outside the realm of possibility with Donald Trump at the helm in Washington. With all that in mind let’s explore. Continue reading Giggles, Observations And Fears
Tag Archives: Department of Labor
In 1993 Elaine Chao became Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s second and arguably trophy wife. She comes from a wealthy family most of who still do business in China and in the surrounding region. In 2001 she became George W. Bush’s Secretary of Labor, a post she stayed in during the entirety of both Bush terms. In 2017 she became Donald Trump’s Secretary of Transportation. It get more interesting from there, let’s explore. Continue reading Mrs. Mitch
Amongst The Distractions
The news last week was dominated by the Trump administration’s handling of the refugee crisis on our southern border, Trump bragging about how great he is (his big example was what he considers to be his great achievement with Kim Jung-un) and Melania’s jacket. In short, Trump created the crisis, he got his behind handed to him in Singapore and I really don’t care what the First Lady wears because she is largely irrelevant. A lot happened while we were intentionally distracted and I’d like to briefly touch on some of that today. Let’s explore. Continue reading Amongst The Distractions
Budgets And Culture
I have spent considerable time revealing many of President Trump’s early actions for the empty words they are. That is not to say that he can’t have a dramatic effect on how America’s federal government functions. Today I’d like to explore that a bit with you. Continue reading Budgets And Culture
My Roots Are Showing (And They Are Angry)!
I had planned to write about something else for today’s posting. It will have to wait. It wasn’t the most important news item of next week. What I’m asking you to explore with me is! Continue reading My Roots Are Showing (And They Are Angry)!