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This Stuff Happened (And More That Didn’t Make It To The Page)

Today I felt it was time to do another of my catch up type articles. As the title reflects, I know a lot will never make it to the page. Continue reading This Stuff Happened (And More That Didn’t Make It To The Page)

Little Coverage; Big Deal!

Days of the week seem to mean nothing to my writing lately. The theme of Sunday’s article is usually the biggest American political story of the week just ended. This week it was the biggest outrage and in fact became a two-parter continuing into Monday. That Monday happened to be a national holiday and the appropriate theme ended up being discarded. Today is Tuesday and I’m finally getting around to the biggest American political story of the preceding week. To further complicate things you can make a case that none of it was actually political and much of it didn’t even happen in North America let alone the United States. My set up may be confusing but I assure you the article is worth reading; please do.

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Earth Day 2021

Today is Earth Day. Hopefully the majority of us will do something to help the Earth today. Some people will plant a tree(s), start a compost bin, or clean up an area. My days of vigorous physical action are close to over and I was never much of a protest person. My action is this article and a discussion I will join in tonight where I am certain to learn something(s).

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Off The Back Burner Before We All Cook

With good cause the coronavirus and associated economic situation have been front and center in most Americans’ minds for over nine months now. However there is a larger problem which in the interim we have put on the back burner and it is time to move it up in the batting order.  With more metaphors to come, let’s explore. Continue reading Off The Back Burner Before We All Cook

Michigan Indications And More

Monday brought us a few indications that even Donald Trump has resigned himself to the fact that he lost the 2020 election to Joe Biden. More importantly that big business has moved on and is no longer afraid of Trump.  Tuesday even the gambling casino (a/k/a Wall Street) joined the world of reality.  There is more.  Let’s explore. Continue reading Michigan Indications And More