The experts say that there is so much “pent up demand” in the economy right now, that as we move toward “clear” during this epic pandemic, by Labor Day hopefully, the savings rates that have accounts bursting at the seams will pour open like a randy deluge and there will be jobs and goodies galore.
Last week, 43 U.S. Senators voted to condone the January 6 violent and deadly insurrection against American democracy.
Saturday, February 13 — U.S. Rep. Donald S. Beyer Jr., who represents the 8th District of Virginia that includes the City of Falls Church, issued the following statement today after the U.S. Senate vote to acquit Donald Trump in his impeachment trial: “Our Capitol was attacked, the electoral will of […]
The very concepts of such things as “moral goodness” or of the “obligation to do right” have been discarded for most of the last 40 years
The value of the impeachment proceedings that will commence next week will lie in the ability of the full force of the case against him to be brought out for the entire U.S. population to see.
It must not get lost on us that January 6, 2021 was the very essence of Trump.
When I am at a loss for words, I turn to our poet, Walt Whitman.
As the wide parameters of the treacherous event come to light, it seems that we are in store, as a nation, for a bumpy ride going forward, and it is going to take some harsh measures by the incoming Biden administration to keep things in check.
Events of the last few days have exposed more than ever before the Trump Movement’s total disdain for democracy, that is disdain for the rights and franchise of each and every individual American.
What if we’re in a cosmic race with implications for the entire universe in all its mind-boggling vastness?