Just left Rush Limbaugh crowing on October 27, 2017 online over the false dossier and a headline he quotes saying the Russia-Trump probe is finished. But by Friday the evening of the 27 of October Mueller’s office announced grand jury indictments. Since then everything I’ve seen concerning the President seems a gleeful anticipation of the … More What a difference a few hours make.
Every time I think; and thinking is for me usually a product of will, telescoping through reports about this that, the other thing, Harvey Weinstein, Democrats, Republicans, liberals, conservatives, and the NDP riding in on media-waves of sexism. racism, liberalism, conservatism and human rights regurgitated with the impulse of insatiable appetite.
I’ll guess that this is the craziest thing Mr. Trump said last night in Arizona about immigrant gangs: …”This is like from a different age. We are taking these people. They don’t shoot people because it’s too fast and not painful. They cut them up into little pieces. These are animals. We are getting them … More What’s on his mind?
The online media has assumed a prophetic stance. Media reporting is rumor-based prophecy. Rumor-based because no one knows which media evidence is fact and which is rumor, for without media no one would be aware of more than we experience on the street, in our homes or in our gardens. The globe has become an … More Fearful Prophecy In The News
If it wasn’t for Canada’s CP24 I wouldn’t have learned about President Trump’s monologue: It was a total disaster and as “evidence” I saw Jimmy Kimmel standing by and Michael Moore’s face looking very upset. Great reporting!
Last week I borrowed Leon Panetta’s 2014 publication Worthy Fights from the library a second time. Reviewing it I read a characterization of the early President Clinton White House by then Chief of Staff Panetta who agreed that the new Clinton administration was chaotic until the president saved the day by getting NAFTA into law. … More White House Chaos tamed by NAFTA
Canada day,a media day: a giant rubber duck day and morter-like pounding flares, Explosions with more oomph than those sissy-light sparklers tiny paper school houses burning, lady fingers crackling every chilly May Victoria Day. Canada day flags unfurled, flung quivering, over rails, Missals shot exploding high into the night for nearly a week.