100 Days of Trump, Part 2: The End of Obama Nation
Apr29

100 Days of Trump, Part 2: The End of Obama Nation

More on Trump’s first 100 Days: Nobody has promised more and delivered less. He’s lowered the bar for the role of the president from being the highest, most respected office in the land to Poor White House Trash.

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100 Days of Trump: Lies and Subterfuge
Apr29

100 Days of Trump: Lies and Subterfuge

100 Days after Trump’s inauguration as 45th President of the United States and little has been accomplished – but we’ve got a lot of questions.

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Gun Nuts Gone Wild
Jan05

Gun Nuts Gone Wild

Just a few stories of Gun Nuts Gone Wild in the past two weeks: A slow moving, overweight older man is caught on surveillance camera at a restaurant in North Carolina at the cashier’s counter when his gun fell out of his pocket and on to the floor.  He picked it up and acted like nothing happened.  He’s a good guy with a gun, quick to draw in case a damsel in distress might need him, or if the government showed up while he was eating...

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Democracy – As Above, So Below
Dec27

Democracy – As Above, So Below

A MOMocrat runs for a seat on a neighborhood council in Los Angeles, wins, and discovers that neighborhood politics isn’t that much different from national politics – except for the piles of cash.

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Where is Everybody?
Dec15

Where is Everybody?

The four issues I care most about, and devote a considerable amount of time and energy to, are affordable health care, gun violence, public education, and arts education.  As of late, I have been thinking about the underlying, common variables that run through the roots of all of these issues and I see a trend.   Apathy. I attended a vigil for Sandy Hook yesterday at the Federal Building in Los Angeles.  The Brady Campaign, Moms...

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