Category: Politics

#Himtoo More Sexual Abuse Comes to Light

I participated in the #Metoo. I can’t think of many women who have not been pinched, groped, or leered at. In my case there was an “uncle” who thought that propositioning a sixteen year old girl with the promise of a new car was acceptable. There was the very powerful and wealthy boss that called... Read more »

Thonis-Heracleion New York

Thonis-Heracleion New York
If you haven’t heard about Thonis-Heracleion, it is an ancient Egyptian city lost for over 1,200 years and thought to be a myth. It’s been discovered beneath the waves of Abu Qir Bay on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt. Researchers are attempting to answer questions like how did the city sink? There is some evidence... Read more »

I Don’t Find Trump Funny

I Don’t Find Trump Funny
Just recently a friend commented on one of my last articles. “ Gee, that was really in your face.” That’s me in your face. So is my sense of humor. Some things that are funny, like the things that strike Rachel Maddow strike me funny because they are so absurd that you have to laugh... Read more »
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Hey Minnie of Facebook This is Why We Take a Knee.

Hey Minnie of Facebook This is Why We Take a Knee.
Minnie Mouse (and the name has been changed to protect the stupid, insensitive person on Facebook who said this. I‘d like some specific, right now examples of what pain, degradation and racism you’ve experienced personally. All of you who commented. I’m not asking to be funny, I’m seriously asking to learn. Thanks. Well Minnie you... Read more »

Trump Invaded my Morning

Trump Invaded my Morning
This morning I was watching the snow fall out side our windows and sipping an espresso that my husband brewed for us. It was a nice start to the day. I was avoiding Facebook and wasn’t  too sure I was going to read emails, at least not until after football. Then Trump invaded my morning.... Read more »

Give a Damn About the Emails

Give a Damn About the Emails
I had forgotten the email mess. I can’t figure out how because I’ve been spending way too much time on Facebook. I admit that. This primary election season has made me crazy. Sorry, I care about what is going on in this country and I certainly cannot depend on Fox for information. I don’t limit... Read more »
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Keeping it Real on Independence Day

Keeping it Real on Independence Day
It’s the fourth of July, Independence Day. We celebrate free speech. So today I am celebrating my right to differ with the folks who started a petition for Grey’s Anatomy to fire Jesse Williams for exercising his right to speak freely. The celebration is not you can speak freely as long as you don’t piss... Read more »

Using Adjectives for Despicable to Describe Our Government, Primaries and Politics

contemptible, degrading, disgraceful, disreputable, loathsome, reprehensible, shameful, wretched, abject, awful, base, beastly, cheap, detestable, dirty, down, ignominious, infamous, insignificant, low, low-life, mean, no-good, pitiful, slimy, sordid, worthless, vile Do any of the thesaurus suggestions make you think of our current political primaries and process? I would guess the answer to that is “yes”. If you... Read more »

A Dear Jane Letter, Jane Sanders that is.

A Dear Jane Letter, Jane Sanders that is.
Dear Jane Sanders, I am an avid supporter of your husband, Bernie. I attended the rally at Chicago State University in Chicago. I cheered so much I almost lost my voice. I had tears in my eyes because for once in oh so many years I could feel entirely proud of a candidate. I could... Read more »
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Jill Stein as Bernie Sanders Option

Jill Stein as Bernie Sanders Option
Yesterday my sister in law in Georgia called me.  She’s a pretty busy lady heading into senior citizenship and recently enrolled in college to finish her degree. I’m really proud of this woman. Her phone call was about one of her Spanish assignments. My Spanish is pretty weak but it was a good excuse for... Read more »