Fandango’s Provocative Question #42 It's a good question for everyone to ponder these days. There has always been censorship of some kind in every country as long as humans have been "civilized." Its definition -- or at last one of its many possible definitions is, "Censorship is the suppression of speech, public communication, or other information, … Continue reading CENSORSHIP AND THE LIFE WE LIVE – Marilyn Armstrong
With all the aerial poisoning going on in New England, I was afraid the birds would not come back. Or if they did, there would be far fewer of them. Yesterday, I put up a second seed-feeder -- a near duplicate to the one from last year. The flat feeder didn't work out well last … Continue reading THE BIRDS ARE COMING HOME – Marilyn Armstrong
Those of you who don't live in Massachusetts or a neighboring New England state won't be familiar with Alan "Fast Al" McNaughton. He left us on Sunday, 80 plus years young and a legend in the TV News business for over 50 years at Boston's Channel 7/WHDH. "Fast Al" was a Damon Runyon-type character. He … Continue reading REMEMBERING “FAST AL” McNAUGHTON: A NEW ENGLAND TV NEWS LEGEND – Garry Armstrong
This last weekend millions of people all over the world went on strike for awareness about Climate Change and that we REALLY have to do something about it. There was lots of talk about how we are destroying the planet. They mean well, but they are missing a really really huge point. I tried to … Continue reading AN OPEN E-MAIL TO HUMANITY FROM PLANET EARTH – BY TOM CURLEY
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Cars and Trucks Out here in the country, I don't feel as surrounded by internal combustion vehicles as I did in the cities in which i lived: New York, Jerusalem, and Boston. I feel safer crossing the street, safer breathing the air. Most of the world lives in much more densely populated … Continue reading CARS AND TRUCKS – Marilyn Armstrong
The idea of having a Trump in office who has nothing left to lose is actually even more appalling than having him in office WITH something to lose!
Our president’s big mouth may really have gotten him into trouble this time.
The Washington Post and other sources reported earlier this week that a communication between Donald Trump and a foreign leader included a promise from Trump that was so troubling, it led an official in the Intelligence Community to file a whistleblower complaint.
At time of this writing, it is unknown who the foreign leader was or what sort of promise was allegedly made. But that didn’t stop 45 from taking to his favorite forum, Twitter, to deny that he said whatever it is he said.
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