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A Lot Of Turkeys
I’m of a generation that in our early adulthood disparagingly called a person we considered dimwitted a “turkey”. Being a city boy I cannot speak from firsthand knowledge but the reputation of the turkey is that of being one of the least intelligent farm animals, hence the expression or so I have been told. Last week President Trump pardoned three turkeys and only two were of the feathered variety. There was another action, largely by his nominees that if not criminal was what in my twenties I would have called of the turkey variety. It was capped off by him and his immediate family acting in less than an intelligent manner (to be kind). Let’s explore. Continue reading A Lot Of Turkeys
Who Am I? And Other Questions
In order to do my “job” I have to pay some attention to the right wing myth machine. For the sake of my sanity and time I try to keep it to a minimum. These days that leaves me questioning who I am and what exactly is going on. I will be incomplete, but let’s explore. Continue reading Who Am I? And Other Questions
To Take A Life
By American society’s judgement taking the life of a living human being is morally wrong and under most circumstances illegal in most states. I view it a bit differently which is particularly relevant today. Let’s explore. Continue reading To Take A Life
Today is Easter Sunday for non-orthodox Christians (they go next week). It is the celebration of the resurrection of Christ. Christianity is by far the most practiced religion in America although it is neither the state religion (the First Amendment to the Constitution prohibits one), nor do Christians constitute a majority of Americans. While it may seem a bit odd since I have been an agnostic for decades, but I will make two religious references today that I simply think are good advice. Let’s explore. Continue reading Easter Spirits?