From the Battleground, by Rich Paschall To be honest, I have thought about this for a while, OK, for years, decades perhaps. There are emotional arguments on both sides so it was not an easy decision. There is also a… Read More ›
Until I find out what’s going on, I’m not writing anything. We are STUCK. It’s like a baseball game that runs into 17 innings and everyone has gone home. There comes a time to call the game. CALL THE GAME.
After a Zoom with Garry’s favorite pals, the former colleague group on Trump, racism, Boston’s history of racism, Trump, Trump, and Trump, we’re back to CNN. Now Biden is leading in all FOUR on the line states — AND maybe… Read More ›
The last election I saw that was this interesting to watch was Kennedy-Nixon in 1960. It hooked me on watching elections for fun and profit. Mostly fun because I’ve yet to make a profit. You have to love elections. It’s… Read More ›
By Denise Shabazz Dear Black People, A year ago, I was compelled to write to white women who voted for Donald Trump even though their interests were not clearly aligned with the Grab-Them-by-the-Pussy-in-Chief. I was angry at them then, and now I’m… Read More ›