Tag Archives: LGBTQ issues

Outcomes To Be Determined

While it neither commenced nor concluded last week I contend the biggest story of the week just passed was the ongoing assault on American democracy.

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Sunshine On A Rainy Morning

It is a relatively rare rainy morning in the Triangle region of North Carolina as I begin to pen this article. However a huge “ray of sunshine” arrived mid-morning from Washington, D.C and really brightened my and every thinking American’s day. Let’s explore. Continue reading Sunshine On A Rainy Morning

American Values?

I get a plethora of political emails daily. Near the end of a fundraising period sometimes they actually reach triple digits in a single day. I delete almost all of them after a cursory glance. The one thing they have in common is a request for a donation. Sunday I received one from New Jersey Democratic Representative Andy Kim that I not only read multiple times but decided to make today’s topic. Let’s explore. Continue reading American Values?

Other Than Impeachment And The Primary

It seems like all the political oxygen in the room these days is taken up by the impeachment and the Democratic primary. Today I’d like to touch on a few things happening to a great degree in the background. Let’s explore. Continue reading Other Than Impeachment And The Primary

America’s 98.5% Problem

The Washington Post is currently running a series by Michael E. Miller and Steven Rich outlining the lack of prosecution of hate crimes in D.C. This is not the big story of last week, but perhaps when you look a bit below the surface it is the big problem of early 21st century America. It is certainly one of the biggest. Let’s explore.   Continue reading America’s 98.5% Problem