NO REPRESSION! VOTE! – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Repress In a few minutes, we are out of here to go vote. I hope that's what you are doing today, too. No repression in Massachusetts. We aren't that kind of state. But wherever you are, don't let them stop you. Your job is to be a citizen and VOTE. Please vote. … Continue reading NO REPRESSION! VOTE! – Marilyn Armstrong

OVER AND OVER AND OVER – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Over I have always loved flying. I never went sky-diving (Garry did and I envied him ... and wondered how in the world he managed to actually jump out of that plane into the air), but I did go gliding. Twice. I loved flying in small planes and I was lucky enough … Continue reading OVER AND OVER AND OVER – Marilyn Armstrong

THE ROAD WE ARE ON – Rich Raschall

It's Not A Great One, by Rich Paschall Aside from insulting our allies and befriending our enemies, here are just a few of the actions by the current administration. They show that we are actually taking away the things that made America great: The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: This was the promise to help … Continue reading THE ROAD WE ARE ON – Rich Raschall

SHARING MY WORLD – Marilyn Armstrong

Share Your World - Election Day 2018 Is there one post on your site that is really special to you?   DON’T DRINK THE KOOL AID – THE JONESTOWN MASSACRE. You'll see it again on the 18th which will be the 40th anniversary of the massacre. It's a cautionary tale for our times. MARILYN’S FAVORITE YEAR – … Continue reading SHARING MY WORLD – Marilyn Armstrong

FORGET FEAR. FORGET RAGE. LET’S TALK ABOUT DISGUST – BY TOM CURLEY

Elisabeth Kubler Ross defined the five stages of grief. They are Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance. The tragedy that is this current administration and Republicans, in general, have created a completely different five stages of grief.  Shock, Denial, Anger, Rage and finally, DISGUST. I never really thought about disgust as an emotion. Usually, you’re … Continue reading FORGET FEAR. FORGET RAGE. LET’S TALK ABOUT DISGUST – BY TOM CURLEY