Tag Archives: domestic violence

The Obvious Choice

I’ve basically written about one topic for the last three days and tomorrow is a holiday, thereby dictating the topic. The obvious choice is to do a clean up article for today.

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Unjustifiable

It is my usual Sunday practice to write about what I felt was the biggest political story of the week just ended. As of this early writing (Thursday) I feel the biggest story is one that has been developing and will continue to develop. Instead, I have decided to spend today’s “ink” on the one I found the most disgusting. Continue reading Unjustifiable

The Endorsement Of Cal Cunningham

North Carolina has a lot of political problems. One of them is its Congressional delegation. In my case I am currently “represented” in the Senate by Richard Burr and Thom Tillis; in the House by “Sleeping” (and thankfully retiring) George Holding. The good news (in addition to having been moved into David Price’s district for the next Congress) is that Tillis’ seat is up in 2020. With all that and much more in mind please continue as I explain why today tellthetruthonthem.com is endorsing Cal Cunningham for the United States Senate from North Carolina. Continue reading The Endorsement Of Cal Cunningham

Rats

Once again last week was one where so much happened it is both impossible to identify a single biggest story or even cover all the candidates.  I’ll do my best to cover a few. Last week did beg a question which explains this article’s title and I will ponder in the closing paragraph. Continue reading Rats

Suddenly A Useful Skill

Two articles caught my attention last weekend. Like most Americans, I am an English speaker but due to where I grew up and my ethnicity I have an extremely limited vocabulary in Polish. The latter became useful as I described one of the stories; which at their core are very similar. Let’s explore. Continue reading Suddenly A Useful Skill