Category Archives: Politics

On Jane Roe

Or, Norma McCorvey, her given Christian name. Apparently, there’s a documentary coming out today that is generating fuss and foment among the two political halves of the abortion divide. I went down the rabbit hole on another social media platform … Continue reading

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Qualities of Grief

Elisabeth Kübler-Ross has a finger on the covid-19 pulse. Not that she’s still alive, or that viruses have active circulatory systems. All of her qualities of her famous model seem to be in evidence among the people I know and … Continue reading

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The Rich Bail; Their Sycophants Complain

I was ready to join a social media friend (who shall go anonymous, for his own benefit) who was outraged that Rhode Island authorities were going driveway-to-driveway to ferret out Big Apple refugees. Why, some poor ragtag New Yorkers had … Continue reading

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First Serve

Can you imagine Mike Bloomberg serving on a board of education? Donald Trump as a city clerk? Andrew Yang taking time to be a sheriff? One reason why I think rich celebrities in office are a bad idea is the … Continue reading

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Caucus Of Iowa

From afar, the amount of humor directed at last night’s politics in Iowa seems well-deserved. My wife and I participated in 2000. She wanted to leave early, suggesting to me sotto voce that these people needed a good dose of … Continue reading

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The Fox Chooses

Many of my pro-life friends on social media are lamenting that a pro-life ad didn’t make the cut for the Super Bowl broadcast. Is there a bit of envy that other ads made the cut? There’s only a limited number … Continue reading

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The Latest In Cultural Appropriation

Another outbreak of cultural appropriation here, though I read it’s complex because of connected issues of exploiting the pain of others. (Like video games, I guess.) Plus corporations and other rich people making money. People of color, making far less, … Continue reading

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