I have been struggling with who I want to be the next president after the divider-in-chief’s final departure. I think I have picked one who might be able to undo at least some of the damage recently done to our country. That is what this post is all about.
Are there lessons to be learned from the recent U.K. elections. I think there are, and that is what this post is all about.
I thought I was sure that Elizabeth Warren was going to be my pick for the Democratic Nomination but now I am having second thoughts. That is what this post is all about.
It seems that so much of the rest of the countries of the world have learned that government by its fundamental nature must be a socially responsible institution. Yeah, we have “We the people…” at the beginning of our constitution, but lately we seem to be ignorant of what that means. Since social responsibility is one of my bedrock beliefs, I have been studying the Democratic field of presidential candidates to find those that have a socially responsible government as a core of their beliefs. I think I have found the candidate who epitomizes that arena.
I’m going to make this Monday talk of politics short and sweet (if that is even possible) 🙂 […]
Some might say I am jumping the gun but to me it is never too early to start […]
The underlying theme of this post is about how the Republicans have unsuccessfully tried to take away things […]