Warning: the following is political in nature and should not be read by anyone. Did your friend in Georgia post something on Facebook slamming Obama? Does your Canadian cousin often post meme after meme lambasting Ted Cruz? Odds are, they’re both full of shit and while I’m guessing they know they’re full of shit —…
Warning: the following is political in nature and should not be read by anyone.
The Pope is in town visiting. He met with the president and is — or perhaps already has at this point — spoken in front of Congress. Yet somehow, many Americans are losing their frickin’ minds.
Since starting this blog, no other post has gotten more views than one written in April of 2013 about the city of Harvey, Illinois mayor Eric Kellogg. It’s received thousands of hits, has ranked on the first page of Google and continues to remain near the top of all posts viewed on this site.
Corruption in politics and the stupidity of the American voter continues to feed my ego – and I’m certainly thankful for it!
Do a Google search for ‘how many websites are there’. Go ahead. I’ll wait. Considering that Google is essentially God when it comes to all things internet related (even non-internet related), you should see the following iron-clad search result indicating that there are 644,275,754 active websites on the internet. Think about that for moment; the…
I don’t have the answer to immigration reform. While I certainly agree that the status quo isn’t working, I don’t the think the solution is the blanket statement of “Kick ’em out!”; especially when it comes to children.
52,000 unaccompanied children – many sick and hungry – have been apprehended in recent months coming to the US from Mexico. What should be done? What’s the right thing to do???
Note: I spent far too much time on this blog. As I began writing, it simply didn’t turn out as wonderful as it originally sounded in my head. Yet as Mrs. Garrett once said: “You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have…” I spend a lot of…
It’s been two days and already the question is being asked: “Where were you when the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup?” Thankfully two days hasn’t erased my memory, though my story surely differs than most die-hard fans. Actually, I didn’t see the game at all but loved every moment of it.