Don’t do it!
That’s my advice to Senate Democrats who seem to be ready, willing and very able to filibuster a confirmation vote on Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch.
“While a parade of witnesses spoke in the committee room,” The New York Times writes (Mar. … Read More
Over the last several years, I have usually talked about Lincoln on Presidents’ Day. So, here’s to little equal time to our nation’s first president, George Washington.
Courtesy Dan Piraro – Bizarro.com
It’s interesting to note that unlike others running for office, Washington never went … Read More
Since President Trump signed an executive order (Jan. 27), temporarily banning all travel from seven countries and suspending immigration of refugees from Syria to the U.S., much has happened in one week.
Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen: “These countries,” the BBC News … Read More
Last week, President-elect Donald Trump held his first press conference since being elected. While the meeting was supposed to allow Mr. Trump to lay out his proposal on how he will unravel himself from his many conflict of interest issues, the conversation quickly turned to … Read More
No one in modern American politics has used social media to influence an audience better than Donald Trump. His tool of choice: Twitter – the technological equivalent of a 1770 broadside.
Long before he ran for president, Trump would use social media to preen before … Read More
Hands down, my wife’s favorite movie – the one she watches till the end, no matter when it started – is Overboard; that over-the-top, can-see-the-ending-a-mile-away romantic comedy starring Goldie Hawn and real-life partner Kurt Russell.
Joanna Stayton (Hawn), is a wealthy, stuck-up, supremely bored … Read More
With all the noise in the world – much of it negative – it seems pretty clear that change is necessary and it begins with each of us.
When religious historian Karen Armstrong discussed a long desired wish for a better world at a TED … Read More