Where politics is personal not partisan

Was That Make America Great – or Hate – Again?

June 21, 2017 0

Is America getting better, or worse? We need a lot more “great” and much less “hate.” Like many people, I end up reading a mind-numbing array of headlines on a daily basis – most of them featuring the depravity of […]

Americans and the Problem of Mental Health

June 15, 2017 0

Americans are facing an inconvenient truth, but it has nothing to do with our planet and everything to do with mental health. When I determined that I definitely had to write on this topic, I let my fingers do the […]

Why We Need Criminal Justice Reform

June 5, 2017 0

Criminal justice reform is a perennial issue for lawmakers, but there are a few factors that are making this issue one that urgently needs addressing – now. It’s no secret that President Trump is trying to cast himself as a […]

Trump, the Paris Accord, and Global Warming

June 1, 2017 0

Global warming is a political issue, not a scientific one. The sooner people recognize the bias in research today, the better off we will be. Because President Donald Trump decided to exit from the Paris Accord today, the air is […]

Twitter and the Death of Meaningful Dissent and Debate

April 28, 2017 0

Please, remember that Twitter is not a platform for intelligent debate. It is all about the emotions, not ideas. Twitter is not an appropriate platform for debate – political or otherwise. The character limitation does not allow for proper communication, […]

IJR, Oliver Darcy, and the Problem with Media Cannibalism

March 21, 2017 0

Reporters shouldn’t enjoy it when media entities become fodder for the headlines. Someone needs to remind Oliver Darcy about that. Independent Journal Review (IJR) is dealing with some editorial issues, and that means that a few people are without jobs […]