Today we say goodbye to George H. W. Bush. He was 94. I don't remember much of his presidential term as I was pretty young then but I do remember that he was a generous man and his wife was a gracious lady. He was president during a war with Iraq, when the Berlin Wall… Continue reading Fair Winds & Following Seas
The day has arrived! It's here!!! It's been coming at you with leaflets, commercials, knocks on your doors and tons of speakers at events. That's right it's ELECTION DAY!!! I certainly hope you get out there and vote today (if you live in my state of Oregon I hope you mailed it a week ago… Continue reading The Big Day!!!!
I know I've beat this dead horse before (horrible term) but insurance companies are the death of good medical care. Each state to my understanding has it's own Medicaid program. In my lovely State of Oregon we have a couple but the one I hate the most is PacificSource Community Solutions. THEY DON'T CARE ABOUT… Continue reading Power Be Gone
Carol Burnett always had a way with words and still to this day I admire her way of getting to the point.
Politics and I have a love/hate relationship. Essentially I love to hate it. I realize it's a necessary evil in this world but it's getting harder and harder to tell which people are bought and paid for. It used to be fairly easy to spot the politicians that were lining their pockets with others' money… Continue reading Can You Spot the Fool?
The news now days is getting to the point when you read the articles you need a degree in B___S___ to read between the lines to get the real story. Facts are twisted to fit the agenda, photos are cropped to look a certain way, clips are edited to make the person say just the… Continue reading Who To Trust?
" Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect." ~ Mark Twain