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Category Archives: Politics
My political views and why I hold them.
The series finale of the United States of America is tomorrow night. I hope it’s a good one and they resolve all those hanging story lines. “Loose ends make my ass itch,” just like Sgt. Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) in … Continue reading →
So much is going on in the world, right now. ISIS. The US presidential election, climate change, Aleppo, the Kardashians are still somehow popular, and other calamitous happenings. It’s hard to know where to point your attention in the cacophony … Continue reading →
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 →
WATCH: The Speech You’ve Been Waiting For.
There is no war on Christmas. Never was. The whole thing is a myth perpetuated by the extremists on the far right. (Note, also, that these are the same people who scream that they have the right to say and … Continue reading →
From Wikipedia (House of Commons of the United Kingdom) The House of Commons is the lower house of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which also comprises the Sovereign and the House of Lords (the upper house). Both Commons and … Continue reading →
Were I to write a Constitution, as a founding document of a country, I’d base it on the US Constitution. It would be clearly stated that the nation would be a secular nation, founded on no one religious doctrine and … Continue reading →
A bucket list is a list of activities (usually one hundred or so) you want to do before you die. Everyone should have a bucket list. Here’s my list of thirty things I want to do before I die, in … Continue reading →
If you ask a minority, “What does acceptance mean to you?”, you might get a few varying responses. To a religious minority, say, a Wiccan in a predominantly Christian culture, acceptance might mean no proselytizing, as her family and friends … Continue reading →