NEW POST: All kinds of words and talking heads have been read and viewed into the sycophantic GOP, this viral subservience to Trump, almost to a degree that some have even wondered, myself included, are they hiding something? Or, hiding from something? Continue reading Whatever They’re Hiding Will Be Their Destruction
Beginning to think one of whiny pants 2020 campaign strategies is to whip out the most ignorant, conspiracy laden, outrageous things they can, at every turn, made special order direct from the rainbow unicorn world of Oz these guys live in, and just say every single brain-dead thing that comes to mind. You know? Regardless of fact, or its fiction, or how it sounds, or … Continue reading Within Right-Wing Fictions Lurks Fear
Is it time? I don’t know, I don’t, is it? Time to send the dirty dealers, the corrupt, the liars, time to send them all a clear message, that American’s are not just going to roll over and let this guy get away with it? Em? Is it? Not just for him to get away with it, but for those who may come after. But … Continue reading At The Twilight’s Last Gleaming?
Been raining here for almost 24 straight hours, pouring rain, not just sprinkley rain, POURING, therefore no walks, but instead hold up here in my nook, reading the bits and bobs and opinions of the pundits on twitter and cable news talking heads, of the “news”, aka the redacted Mueller Report. At a high level, without digging into the meat of it, there are many … Continue reading When We Practice To Deceive
Realization came slowly, like it sometimes does, like it had for him, I found out later. At the front door, on the sidewalk that connects our two apartments, with a frozen puddle in the late winter that hadn’t been cracked, not a footprint did I see – I noticed that first. Working later in the day and taking the bus this winter, I just hadn’t … Continue reading And I Never Said Goodbye
The year was 1980, and I was 13 years old and my girlfriend and I were in Toronto spending the weekend with her Mom’s bestfriend and his partner. Our mom’s had arranged it, I guess because they wanted us to open our eyes to the world, to open doors, and not limit ourselves, also, and more importantly I know for my mom, to think and … Continue reading Of A New World David And Goliath?
Full disclosure – I actually have to sometimes remind myself of the other things going on in the world, unrelated to politics, such can be the almost obsessive bent I can go on. And besides British mysteries and crime dramas, I dive in to the deep end of politics and pundits on the daily, first thing, java in hand, wiping sleep from my eyes. And, … Continue reading Will A Spectacle Fit For The Roman Coliseum Satisfy Them?
As the rumpTus likes to remind everyone, elections have consequences, and those consequences will in time turn around and bite him in the arse. Continue reading It Must Be Quite The Report, Eh?
You notice how the details are becoming blurred? The chaos generated seems to be more important than policy or even ideology, almost like it is the point, the objective is to obscure. Faith now is a weapon, not a hope for mankind. Decency is for schmucks, because a conman runs the show, and all the minions bow and scrape to his greatness, even though many … Continue reading Servile Minions And A Glimmer Of Hope
truth that illuminatesus, them, every onetowards a destinyour fatenot defending democracywe speak not politicallycorrectlyfractured resting on those laurels of the pastwith a fear of what will berefusing to seeclarity through the liesand all that they despiselost freedom to an eternity Continue reading lost freedoms to an eternity
Was thinking how that most people I meet find out I’m really American, and not a Canadian, when they have just finished saying something derogatory about that land where I was born, and lived in a tiny trailer till I was 2 1/2. I will smile and just say I’m American, and watch their expression change – ah, yes, it is those simple things in life that keep me amused. Continue reading By The Dawn’s Early Light
Outside this morn, 6am, and I can hear the Cardinal welcoming the dawn, as I sit here, java in hand, watching/reading/absorbing the news. Every day another he did this, he did that, this guy was appointed here, this is why that is so bad, this is his latest lie, this is his latest unethical, dispassionate, childish, cruel thing he said, did, every single day, one … Continue reading On Being Decent In Indecent Times