Category Archives: Politics

The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming!

I don’t know about you, but I’m getting pretty tired of hearing about all things Russia — collusion, interference, connections. I grew up in the 60s where all evil led to the Big Bear — remember duck and cover {although … Continue reading

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Five Minute Friday — Common

It’s late Saturday afternoon so I guess I better settle down and let the neurons out. They’ve been waiting patiently since this week’s prompt was announced, well, yesterday … more precisely Thursday night. What the heck am I talking about? … Continue reading

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Donald Trump et al

I don’t usually like to post about politics. But I am going to make an exception today, primarily on the Republican Party, but politics on both sides of the aisle this election cycle. There is an ugly mood out there. … Continue reading

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Marriage and the Striped Horse

This week’s Supreme Court decisions regarding gay marriages and equality concerned me, but they did not surprise me. I haven’t read the full decisions as yet, but from the commentaries I have read and watched — both liberal and conservative … Continue reading

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A Time To Heal

I’m just starting to watch the election results roll in. I personally don’t think we’ll know who will lead our country for the next four years for awhile. I can envision the challenges already. But whoever ultimately wins will have … Continue reading

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Time To Vote

I was watching Last Man Standing the other night. It was the voting episode. To set the stage, Mike (Tim Allen), a bleed red Republican, tries to convince middle daughter Mandy (Molly Ephraim) to vote for Romney, but Obama supporter … Continue reading

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It’s the economy

I’m sorry, President Obama, I thought the economy was getting better but, alas, I was wrong … and I have some very unscientific research to back up my conclusions. You see, I haven’t found a penny in parking lots in … Continue reading

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