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Writing a blog is tough, when the traditional dirty tricks, pandering of short-term public memory, outright lies and general deceit are employed by the likes of Donald Trump and his Republican … more
THIS LAND OF DENIAL AND DEATH is the title of the Krugman column repeated in The Seattle Times April 1. It also may be found at … more
The daily Boston Globe, in an editorial Monday. declared Donald Trump “a president unfit for a pandemic” who has “blood on his hands” because “much of the suffering and … more
A meaningful single sentence from this article above of several years ago says, “Across the world, there are growing fears the U.S. no longer will be a reliable ally in tackling major global … more
The self-serving criminality of Donald Trump has never been more flagrantly obvious. At 91—being sort of “post-elderly” with a couple or three slow-me-downs, I have every right to … more
As he lies to the public day after day about everything under the sun—including some version or other of his supposedly outstanding education and “stable genius”—I turn to the … more
I dropped in the small photo of Joe Biden above as a contrast to the gaggle of dimwits shown at right. Just a reminder that common sense does continue to exist in our country—just not around … more
Amy Klobuchar started out with little name recognition and not much money and she’s still a strong contender after a few lesser states have been heard from. In the Democratic primary the … more
How do we change the direction of our government from a plutocratic dictatorship back to the democracy that was making great strides during some of the Obama years? Due to the ignorant inattention of … more
The foregoing is a short form that doesn’t include my years at WSU and UC Berkeley, my wife Jean’s early sacrifices, her belated retirement at age 67 as finance officer of the local … more
“As everyone else around Trump (including his wife and youngest son) stood solemnly with their hands over their hearts, Trump fidgeted, waved his hands, pointed at people and pretended to … more
Yes, this entire document is somewhat, but certainly not entirely, out of context. The Declaration of Independence of July 4, 1776, read in part as follows—and this part seems to capture the … more
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