February 13, 2019 Another great post by Monique LaBarr on the environment and healthy living. We all need that this year. Think healthy! Think smart. Another great one by Andrew Gooding. Why so great? Andrew has undertaken an analysis of the book ‘The 5000 year Leap.’ Are our Republican politicians acting like Republicans? Are our Democrat politicians acting like Democrats? I’d say more like Stalinist Russia. They flipped their friggin’ minds. The new party is the Constitutional Party and I am a Constitutionalist. That’s a new word, add it to your dictionary. We have to go back to the core document, the very core. The perfect document. Then we must start to review each and every amendment, law, ambiguity and department because there have been traitors all along the way. That’s why there was such a need to get rid of Andrew Jackson. The American Revolution is not over. What […]
we celebrate Martin Luther King. Why haven’t things gotten better?
Answer: Because all it did was create more and more racial
“special interests” which can only stay in business by making you believe racism is alive and well, and, unfortunately, they receive lots of help there by the wealthy and political elites.
But, to know if what I just said is racist, we must go to work in a country that has anything but English for a language but, where all the other variables are the same, like being overworked and under the gun.
I’ll start with our underemployment and unemployment problem, which seems to serve as a gateway to the rest of our issues as a nation
When it comes to the criminal justice system in this country, I think we can all agree that there is a big problem. Not only are the jails and prisons filled to the brim with “criminals”, but there is also a large disconnect between crimes that get committed, the people who get caught, and the people who are set free. At the end of the day, the criminal justice system in this country is hard to understand and truly define. Crime in this country has gotten out of control, but in a roundabout, circular type of way. There are countless citizens running around shooting people in schools, at concerts, and in other public, seemingly safe, places. Then, there are people who are at the top, like business owners and CEOs of large companies who are engaging in criminal acts such as tax evasion, insider trading, and more. Lastly, there […]
November 20, 2017 Everything is volatile. Everything is subject to change. But does it ever seem the changes are good? liable to change rapidly and unpredictably, especially for the worse. “the political situation was becoming more volatile” synonyms: tense, strained, fraught, uneasy, uncomfortable, charged, explosive, inflammatory, turbulent; How much can the most alert person take? Case in point: My own following of the stock market. Even with the data in front of my face, for the most part, I don’t even see it. I have been following certain stocks since the beginning of the year but, now I’m lucky if I have a handle on half of them. Along the way, I swapped a few out for others, but forgot to check their price at that point. Now, as we get near the end of the year, I’m missing the original price on a lot of them, (probably the critical ones). They were probably big losers. […]
The answer in this country is to have it both ways, which is more expedient to the agenda-but it’s quite bad for justice, the law, morals, politeness, respect, etc., etc., And let’s not kid ourselves.