I spent some time today reading about races that are close and which are not. Here in Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren is expected to win handily and I am glad. She's a live wire in a house full of deadheads. Charlie Baker, our Republican governor, is considered extremely likely to win in more or less of … Continue reading FOR MASSACHUSETTS: OUR GUBERNATORIAL RACE – Marilyn Armstrong
Voting matters. Even though you are one vote, the collective number of people who DON’T vote outnumbers those who do.
Bring your friends. There are so many places where there is no vote, no choice. Please, please VOTE.
Who could forget the way smug Republicans acted — including Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) — after getting a would-be rapist onto the Supreme Court. Although Graham isn’t up for re-election this cycle, his recent performances should provide incentive to vote against his Republican cohorts.
What evidence, what proof, what hard facts do any of us need to realize our country is not better off nearly two years into the Donald J. Trump era of governance in order to vote out anyone who supports the misguided, self-absorbed person currently occupying our White House?
Just to be clear, there is no tax cut on the horizon for the middle class no matter what Donald says in the next few days. Not only is there no new tax cut, but apparently the one he and his GOP cohorts bragged so loudly about toward the end of last year never materialized for the average…
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FOWC with Fandango — Dry It's raining. Dare I say it? It's pouring. But this is no longer unusual. It used to be the rain came and left. Recently and including today, it's sunshine that comes briefly then vanishes. Yesterday was a day during which it didn't rain. It wasn't always sunny, but it didn't actually … Continue reading WET AND DRY – Marilyn Armstrong
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A Beautiful Autumn Day in November It has been a pretty sad sack of Autumn in Massachusetts. Last week, the leaves finally decided to change. Unfortunately, it was in the middle of our now daily rain. A particularly heavy rain with plenty of wind. I pondered the situation and realized we were indeed going to … Continue reading A SUNNY FALL DAY IN NOVEMBER – Marilyn Armstrong