The roads in Uganda suck. Constituents in my old supervisorial district in California used to complain to me about potholes, but frankly, they never met
Back to Basics: Leaving My Religion, Party
I realize this is a provocative post. It’s not one I offer lightly but as a way to declare and distance myself from what no longer serves me. And while you may or may not agree or care, I hope it gives you cause for pause.
A Very Merry Post-election World: It Can Happen
I could hardly wait for the Professor to leave to attend this year’s downtown Veteran’s Day Parade last Saturday. He likes to keep things the
How to Vote This November
I don’t typically post about politics anymore. I’m tired of it, you’re tired of it, we’re all tired of it. Regardless, the Professor and I
Women Joke Not Funny, Not Smart
I heard someone joke recently that women are manipulative, insinuating that we begin weaving deceptive webs for the men in our lives from day one.
Daggers at the Throat of Democracy
President Biden’s words yesterday that he’ll not let anyone “hold a dagger to the throat of democracy” was laudable. None of us should tolerate that