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What A Day To Clean Up

Today is Veterans’ Day in America and for me, in particular, it is time to do a “clean up” article. As I sat down to write this I though what an appropriate juxtaposition of circumstances. In too many cases we asked our veterans to clean up our messes and I want to clean up the backlog of notes I have on things I have neglected to cover.

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People Behaving Badly

Tuesday morning was one of many where I did not know what I would write about when I woke up. As I was reading the morning papers online, knowing that my next task was to write, the news flash came across that Max Cleland had died and my agenda was set. I had several notes about incidents of bad conduct by elected Republicans and this just anchored the article in my mind. Continue reading People Behaving Badly

Closing Arguments – Part Two

Today is the second day of data driven arguments for voting and certainly not for Trump or his enablers. Tomorrow’s article with be more emotionally driven.  Let’s continue to explore. Continue reading Closing Arguments – Part Two

My President Is The Poster Child For Waste, Fraud and Abuse

Manchild President Donald Trump has been the prime example of waste, fraud and abuse in government since the first day of his term; starting with the $100 million dollar inauguration. Sunday he outdid himself. Let’s explore.   Continue reading My President Is The Poster Child For Waste, Fraud and Abuse

Wake Up Little Susie And You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

Rock history, nostalgia, sarcasm, snark, omens, revelations, lessons, predictions and probably several other things I neglected to mention at this point all wrapped around the biggest political story of last week. I promise you a lot to ponder. Let’s explore. Continue reading Wake Up Little Susie And You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet