Good morning y’all, like yesterday I am still suffering from a Trump rally hangover. I still can’t believe I watched the entire thing without losing my mind. I do not understand how people want to go stand and listen to that man blather on for over an hour. I am having a hard time figuring … Continue reading WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENTS’ DINNER
This will not be a long post. I am having a hard time focusing on writing today. I am continuing yesterday’s theme. Today, (Wednesday as I write this) a large number of people are mourning the loss of Mrs. Barbara Bush and I am one of them. I may not have agreed with her husband … Continue reading RIP MRS. BUSH/WHERE IS THE LOVE?
Mawow reading the letter from the NRA When you write five posts a week, it can sometimes be hard to decide what to write about. I had Monday’s blog finished on Saturday and I started to think about what I should write for Tuesday (which is what you are reading now) and the topic dropped … Continue reading “DEAR FRIEND”
Today while I was on the treadmill at the gym, one of the televisions was tuned to Jerry Springer. I haven’t watched much of Jerry Springer’s show, but whenever I have seen it, it is mostly women trying to beat the crap out of each other over a man who has cheated on them and … Continue reading EMPOWERMENT
I am writing this on the one-month anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 individuals lost their lives and 14 more were injured by a lone gunman. Today nearly a million students walked out of school to demand gun control by our government. These students acted without violence but made … Continue reading GUN CONTROL IS OVERDUE
I don’t know about you, but I have had ENOUGH! I am angry, literally angry that today children across this country on the one month anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School will walk out of their schools to march in protest the lack of movement by the President, Congress, and the … Continue reading #ENOUGH
In 1979 President Jimmy Carter created the Education Department. The main function of the Department of Education is to establish policy for, administer and coordinate most federal assistance to education, collect data on US schools, and to enforce federal educational laws regarding privacy and civil rights." The Department of Education does not establish schools … Continue reading EDUCATION IN AMERICA