Who could ever have predicted that the miracle of opposable thumbs would be reduced to the ignoble occupation of typing mostly banal one-liners on a tiny keyboard? Continue reading
Authors Note: After two years of not blogging, the 2016 election has motivated me to start anew. As soon as my arm breached the comforter, my puppy dog pounced, as she does every morning, wagging her tail, licking my face … Continue reading
Cheating is wrong. But a white judge sentencing three black educators to seven years in prison because he was frustrated that they wouldn’t fess up to changing answers on student tests? That sounds like the principal deciding to teach an … Continue reading
Who started this habit of calling government employees in charge of special initiatives “czars”? I speak of our most recently appointed – or anointed – “Ebola Czar,” Ron Klain. Am I the only one who has a problem using a … Continue reading
According to Rick Perry, “We don’t settle political differences with indictments in this country.” No. We settle them with personal vendettas, vetoes and cronyism.
Michelle Bachmann, in her opposition to appointing a bi-partisan commission to study the feasibility of creating a women’s museum on the national mall said it would “enshrine the radical feminist movement that stands against the pro-life movement, the pro-family movement … Continue reading
And another oxymoron is born: Republican Logic. I’m still trying to wrap my head around why Mike Huckabee thinks it’s insulting to women to have their birth control pills covered by their insurance plan. Not to mention the fact that … Continue reading