The Year That Never Ends
(Quick Thoughts) Sad, horrific, terrible, a mess these are the words that come to my mind when reviewing the first presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden. Nothing good came out of this debate. Trump lost it and Biden provided little. Biden comes out the winner tonight because he was less aggressive than Trump but not because he is “the better candidate.” Clearly … Read More The Presidential Retrobate… err Debate of 2020 (Round 1)
The United States is in a crisis of authority. Demonstrating immense wear against present social and economic pressures the U.S. government also faces internal uncertainty as the government grows far and wide beyond the Constitution and the rule of law.
History gives us insight to the future of America’s two political parties and their voter base.
(August 24, 2020) Note: Moving the announcements to Monday’s. I think it will set the tone for the week. The next three weeks will be rather busy and full of travel for me. But I have plenty in store for you fellow readers as I take on the tasks of writing a book, blogging, and a vlog. So without further ado. Upcoming August 25 … Read More Monday Announcements