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I MUST CONFESS…

I had stopped watching the news for quite a while, sick of hearing the name trump, seeing his ugly face, and having to see any of the faces of his vile spawn or criminal allies…or the vapid faces of his stupid base. However, I now must confess that I am watching the news again. I … Continue reading

THE REAL BOTTOM LINE

It is a given that the policies of the Republican Party have always, for the most part, been opposed to those of the Democratic Party. However, what the population that votes Republican has failed to realize is that on one major account the Republican Party is opposed to them, their voters, as well. Which of … Continue reading

WE ARE HUMAN. THAT IS THE PROBLEM.

Please, watch the documentary Agents of Chaos on HBO. We are human. This fact alone is at bottom for all that may soon happen to our Democracy. Mankind has enabled all the uncaring tyrants who have ever trod the earth in every time of human existence. The human population in every time down through history … Continue reading

WE MUST VOTE IN PERSON! AND, IF I SOUND LIKE AN ALARMIST…I AM! AND THIS IS AN ALARM!

This is an email I just sent to a friend in the UK who wrote of how bad Boris Johnson is vis-a-vis Trump. I hate to be a downer but… Yes. he Johnson is out of his depth. However, we here in the US now know how many German citzens must have felt at watching … Continue reading

THE “UNDECIDEDS” REDUX

From the New York Times; Today‚Äôs America is so deeply polarized that it can be hard to imagine there are people who are really not sure whether they want to vote for President Trump or his Democratic rival. It grieves and saddens me no end that the fate of our beloved country, as well as … Continue reading

THIS E-DAY IS OUR D-DAY

From the New York Times Nov. 15, 1981; “Back in Washington, the President has now demanded new cuts beyond his original proposal. He has called for the elimination of the Department of Education, and has reiterated his support for tax credits for private-school tuition. Public education is not an inadvertent casualty of Reaganomics, but rather … Continue reading