A GAY PRESIDENT – Rich Paschall

Is America ready? by Rich Paschall Let's just say that you have a candidate for president that appears very likable, as political candidates go. He's young and charming and smiles a lot. In this age of coarse political discourse, that would seem a big enough plus to give him some serious consideration. When you look … Continue reading A GAY PRESIDENT – Rich Paschall

STATE OF MY NATION – Marilyn Armstrong

STATE OF MY NATION - RDP SATURDAY I have forbidden television viewing today. It's the Republican opportunity to deny everything and I don't think I can handle it. Worse, this might be the broadcast that finally makes Garry kick the TV until it shatters. Since we need to fix a broken toilet and the floor … Continue reading STATE OF MY NATION – Marilyn Armstrong

LET’S BAN PENNIES – Marilyn Armstrong

I got an email from AT&T. It was alarming. I was overdue on my bill! They were going to report me to collection agencies, send it to all those companies that decide whether or not you deserve to have a credit card or a mortgage. I was surprised because I paid the bill. On-time. Online. I … Continue reading LET’S BAN PENNIES – Marilyn Armstrong

ALL WRAPPED UP IN IMPEACHMENT — Marilyn Armstrong

I have to admit that we are hooked. We are both news junkies and though Garry tried denying it, one day he just broke down and it's been news ever since. He is particularly incensed at the way the press is getting beat up. The news was his life. This isn't casual chatter to him. … Continue reading ALL WRAPPED UP IN IMPEACHMENT — Marilyn Armstrong

CHANGING THE WORLD BY TIME TRAVEL WORK WON’T WORK – By Tom Curley

So there I was. Thinking. Not quite awake. Not exactly asleep. You know. The funny place between. And it hit me. Fixing all this craziness is simple. The question is WWCKD? Or, to put simply, "WHAT WOULD CAPTAIN KIRK DO?"  If you look at the problem like that, the answer is simple. Obvious. Travel back in time to a … Continue reading CHANGING THE WORLD BY TIME TRAVEL WORK WON’T WORK – By Tom Curley