America has a gun problem. If you don’t realize that you are either of extremely limited mental capacity or haven’t been paying attention. If you are also a member of Congress you are a danger to American society and Americans.
Today I’m approaching the Republicans’ assault on the First Amendment from a different angle. The right to free speech comes with responsibilities and guardrails. The current House GOP caucus either doesn’t understand that and/or is too cowardly to stand up for it (and by extension America). Continue reading No Guardrails
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 American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 is now law. Some Americans have already had money deposited into their accounts. I won’t bother singing the Act’s obvious praises. Today’s is basically a follow up to my Tuesday, March 8th article entitled, The Whole Barrel Is Rotten, and a voter guide for 2022 and beyond. Thursday’s vote in the House to pass the Senate’s form of the legislation was 220-211-1.
It was still impossible to identify the biggest outrage of the week in American politics last week. As there was no clear line in history between the Dark Ages and The Renaissance it has become apparent there will be no clear demarcation between America’s Dark Age (a/k/a the Trump era) and the American Renaissance. That said the most despicable actions seemed to center around the Republican House Caucus and I’d like to analyze that a bit today. Continue reading Crazy, Cowards Or Both?