Category Archives: social media

2020 Republican National Convention (aka The Donald Trump Show)

  Tonight is the grand finale for the 4-day  Republican National Convention, and Donald Trump is expected to accept the party’s nomination to be its candidate for the Presidential Election in November. The election is 68 days away. Mr. Trump … Continue reading

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The “Most Important” Job Interview

  A presidential election is the world’s most important job interview. ~ Bill Clinton, 2020 Democratic National Convention Joe Biden did a good job Thursday with his acceptance speech.  Now Donald Trump has his chance next week at the Republican … Continue reading

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Joe Biden’s DNC Speech

  Politics is the business of hope.  Last night, Joe Biden gave us a great example of how that works in his acceptance speech for the Democratic Party Presidential Nomination.  If you haven’t heard, it is 25 minutes well spent.  … Continue reading

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Writing With A Purpose?

  How do I want my readers to feel?  An interesting question.  Never thought about it. I always write from my vantage point.  The message that I want to convey and share publicly at the WordPress.com are mine.  But what … Continue reading

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Election Interference

  In the run-up to the 2016 US presidential election, the Russian government was actively engaged in interfering our elections. What the Russian did was inexcusable and against US laws. Now, less than 80 days to the 2020 US elections, … Continue reading

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The Business Of Hope

  Well, here is it – Joe Biden has selected Kamala Harris as his running mate for the Democrat’s 2020 Presidential ticket.  The announcement seems to draw lots of excitement and energy. Media coverage on Harris are filling the pages. … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 9 Aug 2020

The coronovirus case in the US has exceeded 5 million (5,159,283) as of today.  Out of that number, about half have recovered (2,638,793) and over three percent have died (165,186).  Our infection and death numbers exceed the world’s percentages by … Continue reading

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Worse Than Stay-at-home?

  What could be worse than stay-at-home? You ask.  The answer is: Stay-at-home without internet connection.  At least, that is my experience. My ISP Verizon lost one of its trunk lines yesterday, and I lost my connection to the world … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 19 Jul 2020

In the height of Sumer, the COVID -19 pandemic is on a vengeance and shows no sign of abatement.  If there are still non-believers who think the outbreak is a hoax, they must live on another planet. The heat plus … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy

  The White House has gone out of its way to discredit Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institutes of Health Allergy and Infectious Diseases. This is like the pot calling the kettle black and quite despicable for the … Continue reading

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