Last night an ignoramus decided to post on my social media page: "Aren't you grateful Trump closed the borders and approved SBA loans a few months ago? #trump2020!" I think I spent five minutes laughing at her ignorance and tried to discern whether it was worth a response. I had forgotten she even existed in my social media world because I unfollowed her about two years ago. In a private conversation, this same woman wrote she gets scared when she sees Muslims sitting on a pl
Updated: June 11 2020 If you're one of those people who believes it's "politics" causing rifts in your friendships and relationships, you may be a bit naïve. You're not losing friends over your choice of political candidate, you're losing friends over your lack of humanity and empathy. And maybe your fear, but I'll get to that in a moment. In 2016, several people claimed they would stand up for their friends and loved ones when or if policies interfered with their well-being.
(language warning) I'm gonna do it. I'm gonna go there. I'm going to talk politics. First off, what in the ever living fuck are we currently living through? Honestly I could have written that line at any point since November 2016. But it's really quite something that the constitutional crises that experts have envisioned happening is NOW, isn't it? We have a liar and a self-serving cheat in the oval office who spends more time watching Fox (Faux) news then actually working. W
Yeah, I know. Boycotts are for Trump supporters who are pissed off when a bakery sells a cake to a same sex couple, but according to what is beginning to trend on Twitter, the various hashtags referring to tonight's infomercial are being heard by the networks. The popular ones so far this morning are #BoycottTrumpsAddress and #BoycottTrumpPrimetime. Last night, actor and director Rob Reiner stated: "Unless there's a way to fact check in real time, if the media gives Trump air