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GOP – Where From Here?

When the truth is found to be lies,

And all the joy within you dies,

Don’t you want somebody to love,

Don’t you need somebody to love,

Wouldn’t you love somebody to love,

You better find somebody to love

 

Those are the opening lines of the Jefferson Airplane’s 1967 hit, Somebody to Love, which Grace Slick belted out.  That song posed a lot of questions that today’s Republican Party should be asking itself.  Let’s explore. Continue reading GOP – Where From Here?

As Trump Nears The Exit

While his sideshows may not show it and his sycophants remain loyal (at least in public view) Donald Trump is preparing for his inevitable exit from the White House. Today I’d like to cover a few things happening that are mainly off the “front page”.  They center on his scorched earth tactics and including one aimed at an American institution you wouldn’t think that I care about.  Let’s explore. Continue reading As Trump Nears The Exit

Further Proof

For some time now I have called for a warning label on ballots similar to the one on cigarette packages. It would read WARNING: Voting for a Republican may be hazardous to your health. The events of the last several days offered only further proof of the need for the label. I know it won’t happen but that doesn’t diminish its need. Let’s explore. Continue reading Further Proof