Tag: Inauguration

Wouldn't it be grand if the pee-resident of the White House fought to save American lives as hard as he's fighting to keep a job that he refuses to do?

Wouldn't it be grand if the pee-resident of the White House fought to save American lives as hard as he's fighting to keep a job that he refuses to do?
That’s really all I have to say about that.  Except that it’s criminal that one candidate can receive over SIX MILLION MORE VOTES than the other and his victory still be called into question. What does a person have to do to win in this country?  Trump’s own Department of Homeland Security called this the... Read more »

About Jews and the pyramids...

About Jews and the pyramids...
I’ve been thinking about what next year will be like after the inauguration on January 20, 2021 and I’m a little concerned about who will be inaugurated. The first Jewish holiday after Inauguration Day will be on February 26, 2021. Purim is a celebration of a time about 2,500 years ago, when the Queen of Persia... Read more »

An Open Letter from President Barack Obama to His Successor

An Open Letter from President Barack Obama to His Successor
Along with the peaceful transition of power (something about which we are all growing tired of hearing), comes a tradition of the outgoing president leaving a note for the next in line on the desk in the Oval Office. Caught up in the spirit of the moment, the owner-operator of this platform has tasked his... Read more »
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For Sale: 3' X 5' American Flag. Almost New, But Not in Great Condition Right Now

For Sale:  3' X 5' American Flag.  Almost New, But Not in Great Condition Right Now
The first time this flag was flown was on July 4, 2016. The last time it was flown was on November 11, 2016. I don’t think I can get it up the pole right now. The flag itself is priceless, but I need to find it a good home for a while. I used to... Read more »

Martin Luther King, Jr and the American presidency

Martin Luther King, Jr and the American presidency
Michelle Obama was reinstated as the First Lady yesterday in a small ceremony officiated by Chief Justice John Roberts, while Joe Biden was sworn in for his second term as Vice President by Justice Sonia Sotomayor. The Constitution mandates the ceremony take place on January 20 and this was only the 7th time it occurred... Read more »