The Power of Positive Thinking in the First Democratic Debate- FAIL

I can find no possible way to reconcile inspirational writer, Merriam Williamson on the debate stage instead of two-time Governor of Montana Steve Bullock, a legitimate presidential candidate. I will give Merriam props for inspiring people to write down every day, three things they are grateful for. That’s good stuff, and it DOES change your outlook on life; I highly recommend it. I wonder if that’s the key to reaching Mitch Mcconnell? I was thinking more along the lines of a mirror, []

Just Another Morning In America

I woke up as usual; entangled in puppies and pillows. I felt around me until my hand found the remote and clicked on the news. There was a mass shooting at a college country music bar in Thousand Oaks, California. It sounds like so far thirteen are dead, but we all know how that can change, am I right? The killer, a 29 year-old shot himself, then mowed down the Police Sargent that ran in with his weapon drawn to save everybody, []

The Kavanaugh Hearing; Old Pickles on Golden Thrones. 

Inside the suffocating, kiss-ass, grudge-filled, puffed-chest, golden-box of the Senate Judiciary Committee, they have grown petty, controlling and unyielding at the degradation of all us who have no power to change their minds, and less influence than my drunk uncle. All of a sudden I get what all the fuss is about!  Term limits, as it turns out, are a really big deal.