Where politics is personal not partisan

Big Ups For Boston: Hate and Racism? We Aren’t Having It

August 24, 2017 1

Boston residents were determined that the events in Charlottesville would not be repeated there. They filled the streets with their message. What happened in Charlottesville was more than a little disgusting.  Droves of white males dressed in Khakis and Polos marched […]

Another Day in Trump-Nation: Tweetzilla Strikes Again

August 10, 2017 2

The president is good at tweeting at people who criticize him. The latest is Connecticut Senator Blumenthal, over his Vietnam-era military service. My seven year old might be more socially mature than our current President.  Every morning I scroll through […]

Kid Rock Might Be Rocking The Senate in 2018

August 2, 2017 1

Kid Rock might be gearing up for a run for the Senate from Michigan. After Trump, nobody can afford to discount the possibility he might actually be serious. Kid Rock… Bobbie… Robert James Richard… The Devil Without a Cause… Mr. […]

Trump Just Shoved Loyal Americans Back Into The Closet

July 28, 2017 0

The president tried policy-by-tweet again, this time on banning transgender people serving in the armed forces. Even top officials don’t know what this entails. Here in America you can be anything you want to be.  Believe in yourself, work hard, […]

H.B. 1566: Another Day Another Ridiculous Bill

July 24, 2017 0

Arkansas is trying to end abortions. This time, it’s all about the remains. H.B. 1566 is destined for the court room before it even goes into effect. It is called H.B. 1566, or The Tissue Disposal Mandate Bill. Now let’s play a […]

The Fight Of Their Lives, and his Death

July 12, 2017 1

The incredibly tragic case of Charlie Gard has touched people the world over, and given us much to think about, especially who makes the decisions. Chris Gard and Connie Yates of Great Britian have spent the better part of a […]

Good News for My Fellow Milk Machines

June 27, 2017 1

San Francisco just passed an ordinance requiring clean and private spaces for breastfeeding mothers needing to pump. It takes effect in January of 2018. And finally… a spot of good news! Supervisors in San Francisco unanimously approved an ordinance earlier […]

Norway Says Bye Bye Burqas

June 15, 2017 0

Some European nations have banned the burqa, citing difficulty of communication, repression of women, and security risks. Is this going too far? Norway will likely become the first Nordic country to ban burqas in the upcoming months.  The trend of banning […]

Berlin Courts Deny Parents A Sliver of Peace

June 9, 2017 1

Parental rights issues are being redefined in the social media landscape. Should parents have access to their deceased child’s online accounts? I recently came across this headline while browsing my news feed and knew that I had to sort out […]

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