Ultra
Current Events, Just musing

Everything is ultra with President Joe Biden

In today's episode, it's time to look at President Biden's preoccupation with the word "ultra." He seems ultra concerned about ultra-MAGA doing ultra-damage to our country. He's definitely ultra obsessed. The bulk of today's show deals with his ultra-terrible presser from yesterday on the state of the economy and how his plan is working. I'm… Continue reading Everything is ultra with President Joe Biden

Roe v. Wade
Just musing, Current Events

What would repealing Roe v. Wade really mean?

In today's episode, as much as I would like to move to a different subject, it's hard to not get sucked into the continued imbroglio surrounding Roe v. Wade. Initially, a few days ago, I approached the news cycle solely as it related to the leak. This is still the most important element and I… Continue reading What would repealing Roe v. Wade really mean?

SCOTUS leak not a gift
Current Events, Just musing

SCOTUS leak is not a gift to the Left

In today's episode, I try to take a more reasoned look at all of the emotional hand-wringing that's taken place over the last couple of days. There are many avenues to discuss the Roe v. Wade subject, from a moral perspective to a religious one; or, an agnostic to a self-centered one. I doubt I… Continue reading SCOTUS leak is not a gift to the Left

Ministry of Truth
Current Events, Just musing

The Ministry of Truth and Biden’s continued cognitive decline

In today's episode, I open with a look back to just before 1776. Seems an odd thing to have to do, but it seems like many people in our country forget what the Revolutionary War was all about. Prior to winning our freedom, we were subjects of King George III. At that time, all kings… Continue reading The Ministry of Truth and Biden’s continued cognitive decline

Maskaholics
Current Events, Just musing

Maskaholics and dealing with changing science

In today's episode, I return to a subject that has left me, more often than not, exacerbated at the discussion of masks as a way of protecting the populace from an airborne virus. Since the public transportation mandate was struck down (why did it take this long?), Leftists have been losing their minds. The symbol… Continue reading Maskaholics and dealing with changing science

Biden blunders and dark money
Just musing, Current Events

Biden blunder foreign policy and dark money for Democrats

In today's episode, I open by unpacking some of the comments President Joe Biden made in Brussels. It is distressing to see how irritated and angry he gets at the press when they reference his prior positions and he immediately denies it. He spends more time re-writing his own words and history than he does… Continue reading Biden blunder foreign policy and dark money for Democrats

Remembering Rush Limbaugh
Current Events, Just musing

Remembering Rush Limbaugh and Trudeau has no core

In this episode, we remember the anniversary of the passing of a radio icon, Rush Limbaugh. When I was young and thought I knew everything, I didn't like Rush. He irritated me because he was so sure of himself. He acted like he had all the answers. How could that be when it was obvious… Continue reading Remembering Rush Limbaugh and Trudeau has no core

Authoritarianism in Biden Administration
Just musing

Authoritarianism in the Biden administration

In this episode, I discuss authoritarianism in the Biden administration. Right on the heels of my thoughts yesterday about children and adversity, we see a call to censor the podcaster, Joe Rogan. Right after President Joe Biden makes a plea for social media and media outlets to put a stop to misinformation and disinformation on… Continue reading Authoritarianism in the Biden administration

Voting laws and the filibuster
Just musing

Voting laws and the filibuster

In this episode I comment on President Joe Biden's latest failed attempt to paint all Republicans as member of the Ku Klux Klan. Last week, the narrative was to try using the anniversary of the Capitol riot as a way to paint the whole GOP as violent, domestic terrorist insurrectionists. After a week, that attempt… Continue reading Voting laws and the filibuster

Constitution, Just musing

Trump hopes for the Hollywood ending

Hollywood tells all kind of stories. One of the staples of the "Hollywood ending" is when the main character delivers a speech that changes the course of events of the tale. It's the Aesop's Fables morality moment where we all come to the same collective understanding that whatever had been happening up to that point… Continue reading Trump hopes for the Hollywood ending

Just musing

Will protest fatigue begin to show?

It's just now coming up on 13 days; not yet two full weeks since the inauguration. I believe there have been protests, rallies and protest-rallies each and every day, with no sign of slowing. There is a subset of our country that seems to have decided it's better (easier?) to stop going to work, ignore… Continue reading Will protest fatigue begin to show?

Current Events, Just musing

We, the Selfish Libertarians

There's this meme going around which reads, “All cats are libertarians. Completely dependent on others but fully convinced of their own independence.” The implication is that libertarians have deluded themselves into thinking they have the skill set to provide everything they need in life on their own without assistance. They have deluded themselves into thinking… Continue reading We, the Selfish Libertarians

Current Events, Just musing

Two sides of the same coin

Building on my most recent piece, I want to explore further the current climate within the electorate. Without a doubt, the last two (and soon to be three) election cycles for president are no longer about record. We are not interested in the most qualified, either. We don't care about experience or integrity. All we… Continue reading Two sides of the same coin

Constitution, Just musing

Schrodinger’s Other Cat

During, and in the few days after CPAC 2015, I found myself engaged, again, in what it means to be a Conservative. I’ve been identified as one and I don’t hate it. But I don’t feel like it describes me. (More on that in a bit). What brought on the renewed discussion was the presence… Continue reading Schrodinger’s Other Cat