Category Archives: Politics

Politics. there are some folks walking around in Louboutin’s while the rest of us have to figure out how to cross a desert of broken glass with newspapers wrapped around our feet.

I’ve been away a while because, frankly, dissecting where our country went wrong and decided to elect our 45th President bores me now. There’s a sector of our population that fell for a con-job and now we’re all going to … Continue reading

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Politics. The Game Ahead. 12.20.16

​Slightly less than half of the people in this country watched the news, saw what was happening, and thought they wanted no parts of it and stayed home, or “integrity” voted for Stein or Johnson. We’re long past the point … Continue reading

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Politics. I can’t believe he said that. February 17, 2015

We’ve all seen those stories from the southern United States where an elected official, usually White and male, says something overtly racist. The story is usually presented by a so-called Liberal media source and usually is an opportunity for White … Continue reading

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Politics. The Headscarf Distraction. 1-28-15

Ok, so the First Lady (since no first lady before this has ever worn an abaya, now suddenly Michelle Obama is supposed to wear one?  Really?) was in public in Saudi Arabia not wearing a head covering. Since I have … Continue reading

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Politics – Reports, what they aren’t saying, and why hasn’t there been a trial yet? 12-09-14

Ok, so if the reason Bush and Cheyney, Rumsfeld, and Rice et al. were not frog-marched over to the Hague was because we were still fighting the war, and because it could look like we were persecuting the Republicans out … Continue reading

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Politics. Zero Accountability, Anger, and the steaming feast. 12-04-14.

Martin Luther King Jr. said be peaceful, but I’m pretty sure that it Malcom X and the fear of having the country set on fire that pushed the US Government to the table and to action on Civil Rights. When peaceful … Continue reading

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Politics. I didn’t vote and Fuck no, I’m not sorry. 11-06-2014.

Something I want to confess: I didn’t vote in this election. I watched all of the badges flash by on Facebook. Got all of the text messages from all of the Democratic groups, unions, NAACP, etc. and still, no, I … Continue reading

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