The “Trial”

Well, here it is, the (maybe) last day of the so-called trial. I say that because it’s not like a real trial. Actually, It may go on longer now because they just voted to have witnesses In what criminal trial are the witnesses, the victims, and the jurors all the same. In what criminal trial... Continue Reading →

Voting-Rights

  The voting rights act of 1965 was enacted as a deterrent to voter suppression efforts, known as the Jim Crow Laws, particularly in the southern parts of the United States. The Jim Crow Laws used such tactics as requiring literacy tests to people who wanted to vote. The test given to whites was quite... Continue Reading →

The real economy

Psssst, I've gotta a little secret to tell ya. Ya know how the media is always touting how the stock market is going up and making it sound like the whole economy is great because of it, or if it goes down there is a big dip in our economy. Don't you believe the b*llsh*t.... Continue Reading →

TRUMP AND PUTIN ARE IN THE WHITE HOUSE

  (AND THEY’RE USING HITLER'S PLAYBOOK) These are what I see in the Trump administration. AG Barr, aspires to work for Trump and not the people of the United States. By the way, that’s what. Hilter had his right-hand man, Heinrich Himmler, and Putin has his right-hand man, Igor Sechin, doing much the same. The... Continue Reading →

Racism Is Taught

I saw a post on facebook the other day, and this poster reckoned as how racist of today were probably beat up by blacks sometime in their life and therefore they became racist. This person was so far off base it isn’t even funny. I was raised in a small town in Oregon, population about... Continue Reading →

A Sad Day For America

My fellow Americans, today, January 30, 2020, a date that will live in infamy, Republicans in the senate maliciously and deliberately betrayed the American people. In an act that was so outrageous it defied comprehension, Republicans with malice and foresight destroyed our constitution and our democracy. It was Ben Franklin that, when asked, “What have... Continue Reading →

The Unsinkable

My daughter has started a blog. She calls it The Unsinkable Single Mom. She got the idea from The Unsinkable Molly Brown, The real Molly Brown Margaret (Molly) Brown, American socialite, and philanthropist wanted to marry a rich man so she could take care of her father but settled for poor. In Molly’s words, “I... Continue Reading →

Shame On Us

I sometimes find myself at a loss. You see, here’s my problem. In my writing, I demand the truth. I am very careful with my sources and only use ones that I believe to be truthful and accurate. I do not share or post anything just because it says what I want to hear or... Continue Reading →

The Search

The Search is a 1947 (released in 1948) Swiss-American film directed by Fred Zinnemann which tells the story of a young Auschwitz survivor and his mother who search for each other across post-World War II Europe. It stars Montgomery Clift, Ivan Jandl, Jarmila Novotná and Aline MacMahon. Last night, Jan. 13, 2020, Turner Classic Movie... Continue Reading →

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