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Here I Go Again

I could probably write a catch up article everyday and still not cover everything worth covering. Today I’m going to take another sure to be incomplete stab at it.

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From Comment To Shock

The genesis of today’s article is a comment from longtime friend and frequent reader Jeff McKnight. It simply read, “Just curious…who paid for McCarthy’s trip to Mar a Lago?”  As it turns out so was I and this was the stimulus I needed to do some research.  The answer is somewhat incomplete but was certainly shocking. Continue reading From Comment To Shock

Goodbye Kamala (For Now Anyway)

Midday Tuesday I got the news that Kamala Harris had ended her presidential bid. I was a bit shocked; with the benefit of hindsight I shouldn’t have been. The signs had been there for a few weeks. To me this was the first significant exit of the 2020 race and I’d like to take a bit of time to explore it with you. Continue reading Goodbye Kamala (For Now Anyway)

You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet…And You Won’t

Please pardon the grammar in the title but today is another one of those musically inspired days. I picked the title and lyrics Randy Bachman wrote for Bachman-Turner Overdrive’s 1974 number one hit You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet. Let’s explore how this late 20th century rocker’s words portends America’s early 21st century gun problem. Continue reading You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet…And You Won’t