Tag Archives: Sheldon Adelson


I read a lot. Some would say too much. I feel there is so much to learn that I can never read enough and therefore too much is impossible. Among my reading are a lot of op-eds – perhaps that is because I write five a week. Among the op-ed writers I really respect is Eugene Robinson. In Friday morning’s Washington Post I read his op-ed entitled John Bolton is a weasel in a party of weasels. By far it was the best piece I read last week. Let’s explore. Continue reading Weasels

More Than A Month! Are You Kidding?

Doing my “catch up” articles is always a challenge. It’s been over a month since I last published one. This is an impossible assignment but here we go. Let’s explore. Continue reading More Than A Month! Are You Kidding?

America A.T. – Part Three

The following is the third installment in a series of undetermined duration and frequency about life in America after Trump (A.T.).

Today I’d like to deal with two things that need to be changed. Both existed before Trump. One we knew was a problem, the other we never thought would be because in the past we never simultaneously had a criminal president and a sufficiently complicit Congress. Let’s explore. Continue reading America A.T. – Part Three

I Like Ketchup Better Than Catch Up

Perhaps it is primarily a combination of my accent and poor phonics background, but the word “ketchup” and the phrase “catch up” sound almost alike to me. As happens too many Thursdays today’s article is an attempt to catch up on some recent news I have not had the opportunity to cover. Let’s explore. Continue reading I Like Ketchup Better Than Catch Up

Rated R – Las Vegas Sands Corporation

Much has been made of late of Sheldon Adelson’s donations to the pro Newt Gingrich Super PAC Winning Our Future. Adelson is the C.E.O. of Las Vegas Sands Corporation. Like every American, Mr. Adelson is free to choose which candidates he supports with his political donations. All I would like is for progressives to give Mr. Adelson a little less money to operate with.   Continue reading Rated R – Las Vegas Sands Corporation