Since Mr. Trump stuck his neck out not to say “Your fired!”, but vote for me, media characterizations continue to brand him with every personal offence including his hair style; most positive reports of him come from Fox media which I discount as no less biased than the ones Mr. Limbaugh refers to as “drive … More
I think President Trump is more like an appointee than a dictator. I learned this from media stories about some of his advisors that no dictator characterized as the media has characterized Mr. Trump would have chosen.
I know that Republicans are not the majority favorite in the United States. I haven’t forgotten that journalist’s writing about expecting Mrs. Clinton to run for president, well before Mr. Trump got into the contest, saying that he dreaded the thought of voting for her because she’d be followed by one investigation after the other … More Political Ambiguity
Mr Pruitt is what’s wrong with President Trump, not his hands, his hair, his hyperbolic salesmanship, his sexism, racism, but his middle class appetites.
Willie was always ready for a laugh as though nothing bothered him. He always seemed to know what was happening especially with pop groups and musicians when Rock and Roll was coming into view. I’ve often wondered if I’d ever’ve taken up drumming if it weren’t for Willie. It was Willie’s idea to start a … More Willie
When the lands of Abraham were made into smaller morsels for reasons lost to politics and punditry Blind to Britain’s colonial ambitions: its mandate in Mosel, lovers of peace called Prime Minister Blair Bush’s poodle. Burdened now by parodies of personality: in shackles for the colour of his skin, the style of his hair, the … More
Once imagined as the internet of ideas that worldwide web of computers has morphed into a spidery war of mystery and characterless pseudonyms where ones personal friends and relatives invade transparently, the concreteness of their being fading beyond the stratosphere into cyberspace.