Tag Archives: Politics
Sometimes it irritates me to no end that I cannot come up with anything to say. With all that’s going on in the world, the good and the bad, you’d think I’d have something to say about it. JENNA TALACKOVA … Continue reading →
Well, sort of. Sorry I’ve not been posting on a regular basis, not that I was anywhere near regular, except when I failed at the whole Post-A-Day Challenge last year. (If your are masochistic, look through the archives and read … Continue reading →
GOP candidate Fred Karger is the topic of this discussion. Herein I will lay out what information is available about Mr. Karger’s platform and a bit about his personal/public life. I will try to focus on the issues, at first, … Continue reading →
Politics are always vitriolic. But herein lies a problem. Do we not want Statesmen as leaders? A Statesman is someone who is refined in his dealings with others, particularly his foes. A Statesman doesn’t lower himself to mudslinging and character … Continue reading →
I know I promised to write about the vast GOP field of candidates for president, but I, honestly, don’t feel like dipping into that bucket of slime at the moment.. That, and I’m fresh out of ideas, having recently deleted … Continue reading →
Over the next few days and weeks, I am going to be posting a series about the various candidates for president. I’m going to start with the GOP candidates since there are a lot of them. (The field is getting … Continue reading →
If anything, I try to be honest about things. I am just not feeling it today as far as a post is concerned. I was hoping that inspiration would strike and I could finish my thoughts about government regulation, but, … Continue reading →
Dear God, I know we don’t see eye-to-eye on things, but I would like to take the time to ask you to please grant your followers in government some semblance of intelligence. Better, please return to earth and take them … Continue reading →
Once again, President Obama serves up the chuckles at the White House Correspondence Dinner. His remarks were at once humorous and pointed. It’s worth a look.
One of the most interesting of the TED Talks videos I’ve seen. Quite entertaining.