Category: Politics

Journal Entry Type #67: During and After the Full Belly

As many people in the U.S. and a handful of other countries that celebrate Thanksgivings earlier, as a collective whole probably stuffed themselves silly and gave thanks. If you live in the U.S., there’s the reminder of how the Native populations still suffer. I’ve… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #67: During and After the Full Belly”

Journal Entry Type #63: The U.S. 2020 Election, So Far

I’ve been noticeably absent from my blog for several reasons, but the main one being the U.S. presidential election.  I’ve become quite the nerd about it or maybe a little obsessive.   I purposely took off two days after November 3rd to process what happened… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #63: The U.S. 2020 Election, So Far”

Journal Entry Type #14: How Do We Get Back To Normal? Was There Ever One? How Do We Get There? What Will 2020 Look Like?

I’m writing this because there are a few people in my life who I consider mentors, but sometimes we fall very opposite when it comes to politics.  There is one in particular who has helped me grow and still does, but unlike me who… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #14: How Do We Get Back To Normal? Was There Ever One? How Do We Get There? What Will 2020 Look Like?”

Three Book Recommendations: Erik Larson, Anne Frank, and Elie Wiesel

Although I’ve read only one of these bookings, I know someone who has read all three.  He said they are all great especially “In the Garden of Beasts” and “Night.”  It was too important for me to pass up not recommending them, given we… Continue Reading “Three Book Recommendations: Erik Larson, Anne Frank, and Elie Wiesel”

U.S. Midterms Done, Quotes Keep Going

Midterms: Blue or Red or Neither

Here is the breakdown of the two major party lines in the United States based on Gallup Daily Tracking for 2017. The midterm elections are coming up this November as most of us know who live in the United States. For those who can… Continue Reading “Midterms: Blue or Red or Neither”

Ronald Reagan Library: Part 1

Inside the Oval Office  Items on Reagan’s Desk and Gifts Given to Reagan Nancy Reagan’s Dresses and Jewelry Ate at Reagan Country Cafe and drank Presidential Water A Heavily Political Loaded Question by Reagan Continue to Reagan, Part 2

Ronald Reagan Library: Part 2

Communism in Soviet Union and East Germany World Leaders of the Past Tiny Part of the Berlin Wall Past is Much Like it is Today Continue to Reagan, Part 3

Ronald Reagan Library: Part 3

Reagan as a Swimmer and Football Player Reagan in Radio and Film Reagan as Governor of California (1967 to 1975) Reagan Running for President Reagan as a Writer and Rider Reagan as the Great Communicator Nancy Reagan’s Just Say No! Nancy Reagan’s Legacy of… Continue Reading “Ronald Reagan Library: Part 3”

Ronald Reagan Library: Part 4

Reagan as President of the United States Honor of Ronald and Nancy Reagan Republican Party Way Back Then Leaving Ronald Reagan Library This is the end of the Ronald Reagan Library photos and quotes.  I added a few more photos regarding Air Force One… Continue Reading “Ronald Reagan Library: Part 4”

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