Trump’s Greatest Hits with a Bonus Track of Derangement

The Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) would like to sell you Donald Trump’s greatest hits that include the #1 hits like fake news and the wall. They’ll include a bonus track of election fraud conspiracy theories just for you if you call within the next five minutes. I don’t want to get sued for any… Continue reading Trump’s Greatest Hits with a Bonus Track of Derangement

Impeachment 2.0 Conclusion: Where Do We Go from Here?

Today concluded the impeachment trial that included the prosecution and defense’s closing arguments and an about-face for the Senator’s request for calling witnesses. A rather predictable outcome from the Senate to acquit former President Donald Trump came in the late afternoon on Saturday. Some are disgusted with the result and the process and some relieved… Continue reading Impeachment 2.0 Conclusion: Where Do We Go from Here?

Impeachment, The Sequel: Day 3 & 4 – Cable News Talking Points, Whataboutism, and a Moment of Reflection for All

Days three and four of Impeachment 2.0 saw the conclusion of arguments from both the House Impeachment Managers and Trump’s defense team. Democrats continued to reiterate that words have consequences, including the fact that it can cause a deadly insurrection like the one we saw on January 6, 2021, and thus have consequences for our… Continue reading Impeachment, The Sequel: Day 3 & 4 – Cable News Talking Points, Whataboutism, and a Moment of Reflection for All

Day Two of Impeachment 2.0: The Combination of Fact and Emotion Tries to Sway the Jurors

Day two of the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump saw the House Impeachment managers continuing to plead their case that Trump’s rhetoric incited not only the attack on the Capitol, but other events prior to this as well that led up to what happened on January 6, 2021. They used the facts related to… Continue reading Day Two of Impeachment 2.0: The Combination of Fact and Emotion Tries to Sway the Jurors

Second Impeachment of Donald Trump – Day 1: What Did I Just See?

People will say that we are living in unprecedented times ad nauseum these days, whether it be COVID-19 or the Capitol riot. The second impeachment trial of a United States president has been added to that list. Today was part one of the Senate hearings with the conclusion of this part tomorrow (Wednesday, February 10th).… Continue reading Second Impeachment of Donald Trump – Day 1: What Did I Just See?

President Donald Trump’s Legacy: The Bull in a China Shop That Left a Mess in His Wake and No One Wants to Clean It Up

I am writing this on the day before the Inauguration Day for Joseph R. Biden Jr. and the last full day of Donald Trump’s presidency. He will be leaving the White House on Wednesday morning without attending his successor’s initiation into the Presidency of the United States, which is probably better for everyone involved. No… Continue reading President Donald Trump’s Legacy: The Bull in a China Shop That Left a Mess in His Wake and No One Wants to Clean It Up

Wonder Woman 1984 is Overtly Political, No Matter What the Cast and Crew Say

I’m a little late to the party, but I finally watched Wonder Woman 1984. I was excited to see it, but a little apprehensive as I’ve seen several reviews on social media and other internet outlets stating that this movie was horrible. Nevertheless, I pressed on. I will say that the first movie was better… Continue reading Wonder Woman 1984 is Overtly Political, No Matter What the Cast and Crew Say

What a Freaking Weekend

This past weekend was one with a big high and then a big low for some or a big low and an even bigger low for others. We found out who has been projected to be elected and will be sitting in the most important office in the land for the next four years on… Continue reading What a Freaking Weekend

A Tale of Two Town Halls

Once upon a time, a second debate was scheduled for October 15th where the Republican incumbent, Donald Trump, and Democratic challenger, Joseph Biden, were to discuss the issues facing everyday Americans. The debate was changed to a virtual format because of the president’s COVID-19 infection to keep those in attendance safe from contracting the virus.… Continue reading A Tale of Two Town Halls