I admit that I am very much influenced by what I read. I just finished reading Class, by Stephanie Land. It won’t make the Recommended Reading List; it not that kind of book. However, it did make me think about something I often push to the back burner of my mind and sans answers that’s what I’d like to (incompletely I fear) discuss with you today. Continue reading What Are We “Leaving On the Table”?
Love him or hate him you have to admit that Donald Trump is one of those rare special politicians. JFK and Barack Obama were special in that they defied my pet theory of the American voter: they vote against, not for, candidates. Kennedy and Obama were rare exceptions to that rule. Trump is the most unique exception in that people both vote for him and against him regardless of the opponent(s).
Mentioning, albeit briefly, the previously unmentioned. That’s what today is all about.
Today is Labor Day, America’s annual national holiday to celebrate the work of its people. Considering my blue collar background, I feel qualified to do just so. Continue reading Labor Day ’23
I bet you expected a Georgia indictments article; well, I’ll spare you that, (for a few days anyway). Today I’d like to take a look at a pending case before the Supreme Court. I’m not sure whether that is good news or not; I just want to explore.