Monday morning was one of the rare mornings that I had no idea what I would write about for the next day’s publishing. As I read the online edition of the New York Times that all changed. Two adjacent headlines caught my eye as I scrolled down the page. They were: Climate Change’s Effects Outpace Ability to Adapt I.P.C.C. Warns and Supreme Court Will Hear Biggest Climate Change Case in a Decade. Continue reading Adjacent Headlines
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.
Today I felt it was time to do another of my catch up type articles. As the title reflects, I know a lot will never make it to the page. Continue reading This Stuff Happened (And More That Didn’t Make It To The Page)
Monday Chuck Schumer got a Dyngus Day gift. (OK, it had nothing to do with Dyngus Day but where else do you hear about that holiday?) The Senate Parliamentarian ruled that reconciliation could be used three more times during this Congress instead of the once more that was generally assumed. I’m not going to get into the weeds of her reasoning; instead, I’m going to try and guess how the Democrats might use it.
Today is Easter, the day non-orthodox Christians around the world celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ who they believe was God on Earth. It may be a little overly dramatic but I believe that America under the leadership of Joe Biden is experiencing a resurrection from the “death” of the Trump administration. I’ll explain myself in the following paragraphs Continue reading Easter 2021: An American Resurrection Story