Today I wanted to talk about the 4th Estate and how they have abdicated their responsibility to tell the truth. Our Founding Fathers were so concerned about keeping the government honest, they literally carved out a protection for the press to be able to report on government without fear of reprisal. But, when the Legacy/mainstream… Continue reading Division happens when the 4th estate abdicates their responsibility
I honestly do not wake up each morning looking for reasons to defend President Trump's Twitter behavior. I already wrote a piece a few months back where I explained why I believe his tweets were about more than just being crass or silly or unpresidential. By now, I had hoped his tweet-storms would have been… Continue reading Trump tweets once again; what could he be doing instead?
I got a chance to catch up with one of our local representatives today on Bartow's Morning News. 11th Congressional district representative Barry Loudermilk joined us from D.C. to talk about several current items being discussed in our nation. We discussed President Trump's order to make the transgender bathroom issue a states-rights issue and not a… Continue reading Morning interview with US Congressman Barry Loudermilk
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
Once, before children, there was this beautiful, sunny Sunday. There were no clouds in the sky, the temperature was perfect, there was no reason to be in-doors. Except, one after another, good movies were playing on the television. Movies that I owned on DVD but, for some reason, when they come on all by themselves,… Continue reading The Joys and Needs of Exhibitionism