The flag of the United States of America is not a holy relic. It is a piece of cloth with a symbol painted on it. Continue reading
The last time I checked, government is supposed to be transparent, not cryptic. Continue reading
Make no mistake: I’m not one of these liberal anti-gun crusaders. I like guns. Continue reading
Earlier today, American president and hobbyist oceanographer Donald J. Trump crossed part of a “very big ocean” to visit the hurricane-ravaged island of Puerto Rico for a first-hand survey of the damage and relief efforts. Continue reading
Now that the shock of Sunday night’s mass shooting is wearing off, the inevitable finger-pointing has begun. As usual, the blame is being laid squarely at the feet of the mentally ill. Continue reading
Here’s a non-political non-rant non-fake news interview of my good friend and fellow writer Samantha Bryant. It’s worth a look.
Star Trek has always been both emblematic of the times and a social weatherman for the astute observer to tell which way the wind blows.
I’m probably more attuned to what’s happening in Puerto Rico at any given time than average non-Puerto Rican Americans because my son and my accursed ex-wife live there.
White House sources confirmed today that President Donald Trump has acknowledged the size of the Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading
Last night, Judge Roy
Bean Moore won the Republican senatorial primary in Alabama. Given that we’re talking about Alabama, he will most likely win the coming general election this fall. Continue reading