Analysis, Commentary, Opinion 07.14.2018 Hurry Up and Wait Hurry up and wait, I learned that phrase when I was in the Navy, in boot camp, where every day was an exercise in patience, standing in long-lines for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and every other little thing we had to do. Hurry up and wait. This […]Read more "Hurry Up and Wait – Editorial, The Week in Review"
Monday, February 19th Presidents Speak for Themselves A Reflection Presidents are human beings. They have all been men (so far), flawed men, everyone who has ever held or sought the office. Some have had heroic attributes. All of them have had craven moments. There have only been forty-four of them, until […]Read more "Presidents Day 2018"
Editorial, The Week in Review – Analysis, Commentary, Opinion 04.01.2017 T-Rump has been sitting in the oval office for seventy-two days. He has been occupying it, that is, when he is not playing golf at one of his country clubs, or flying around the country giving speeches, empty, free from policy, full of […]Read more "Fake President – Part VII"
Editorial, The Week in Review – Analysis, Commentary, Opinion 02.11.2017 It was another week of poorly choreographed dance for the T-Rump administration. Their attempt to enact a series of poorly conceived policies, was met with a second round of nation-wide protests, legal challenges, and losses in court. T-Rump issued statements about the setbacks […]Read more "Bob and Weave, the Juke in Politics"
Editorial, The Week in Review – Analysis, Commentary, Opinion 01.21.2017 A half a million marchers showed up today in Washington D.C., with one million people marching across the country in solidarity with them. It is amazing display of American unity. It speaks to our greatness as a country, our strength as a […]Read more "The Women’s March"
Inauguration Day 2017 Friday, January 20th I could not watch it. I decided to boycott the television today, in solidarity with many other self-styled “resisters.” It is a protest of sorts, a poke in the eye to the new president, Donald Trump, the T-Rump. My own boycott being a barely noticeable jab […]Read more "The Inauguration of Donald J. Trump – A Reflection"
It happened in a time not much different Than our own, not too distant Four years past, a day in Arizona The man did not vote in the election On the 6th, though he was eligible He was registered, he merely opted out He was married to a woman She thought it important […]Read more "Election Last (2012)"