What would you do?

“Although both the United States and Iran now appear to be backing away from a larger military confrontation, the new intelligence suggests that the loss of life from the downing of the plane was a direct result of those heightened tensions  between the countries.”  New York Times, January 9, 2020 I been thinking, I know … More What would you do?

On impeachment, the media, ethics, the economy … and stirring shit up

One of my good buddies recently made the following comment and it has fostered some strongly felt responses. My responses follow his remarks. “So, we’re now at the point where, except for Faux news and the NY Post , every major news outlet has called for Trump’s impeachment. If he truly cared about America he … More On impeachment, the media, ethics, the economy … and stirring shit up

We deserve better …

I’ve been a Bill Weld supporter for some time now, having voted for him and Gary Johnson in the 2016 election. Didn’t waste my vote, don’t go there stupid people. OK, so anyone reading this may not realize that Weld is running again, this time in the Republican presidential primary (former South Carolina Governor Mark … More We deserve better …

On climate change and the immigration crisis: Bless Tucker Carlson for shedding light

So, Tucker Carlson remains one of my favorite providers of misinformation on Fox, running a close second to my fave, Laura Ingraham. Anyways, yesterday, Tucker moved the needle closer to Laura with his spot on democrats claiming climate change is causing the immigration problem. I love the guy for fanning the fuels of divisiveness and … More On climate change and the immigration crisis: Bless Tucker Carlson for shedding light

On EV subsidies

Fascinating perpective, yet not one mention of the larger public benefit of EVs – reduced carbon emissions. Nationally, the market for EVs will expand as Ford and others make major commitments to cleaner electric vehicles while also recognizing the inevitable demise of our fossil fuel/gas addiction. I totally understand that the author feels that EV … More On EV subsidies