Week in Politics

VP Debate Well, you know Joe Biden whipped Paul Ryan‘s ass in the debate when the extreme conservative pundits whine this loud. Paul is accustomed to arresting older men who speak out against him in his meetings, he’s skilled at batting his puppy dog eyes at the camera and having his way. Biden masterfully held him to the harsh truth.… Continue reading

On Broadway…

Meeting up with friends for a trip to broadway was planned months ago, before I had any idea how chaotic my life would be with moving. We all went to see two broadway musicals. Well, actually, some saw three and, additionally, participated in tapings of TV shows including the last show of Live with Regis and Kelly. I thoroughly enjoyed… Continue reading

When God Just Isn’t Enough

I’ve been in Long Island for several days and returned home late yesterday. Today the doorbell rang.  Once again (This is the fourth time!) two Mormon missionaries, young guys in their twenties, were at the door.  I was surprised at what they said as their “come on” line. “We’ve stopped by to talk with you about family.” So talking about… Continue reading

When Church Takes Over Your Rights

I have made no secret of my disdain for the Mormon effort to influence the outcome of an election in the state of California by spending millions of dollars to mount a campaign of lies and deceit.  I have never understood why the Mormon church is so aggressively funding this campaign against civil rights, and I had no idea as… Continue reading

A Few Take Aways from the Day’s News

Carrie Prejean is your typical right wing extremist: If you don’t play by my rules, I’ll take my toys and go home. Can’t she think things all the way through? First she sues the pageant. They counter sue her. All is settled quietly. Then she agrees to do an interview with Larry King and admonishes him for being inappropriate before… Continue reading