Category Archives: Social Commentary
Anyone old enough to (and having grown up in the USA) remember when? When we would watch “All in The Family”, laughing at Archie, Edith and “Meathead”? . . . and people were not offended. It was funny. When we … Continue reading →
Imagine the disapointment if a wolf knew it’s decendent would be a poodle. That’s how your grandfather feels when he sees your man-bun. That will be me someday, God willing.
When one looks at all the craziness going on in the world today, this seems to be a reasonable question to ask.
One of my blogging buddies, Faye, aka The Chicken Grandma sent me this quote: “The beginning of wisdom is found in doubting; by doubting we come to the question, and by seeking we may come upon the truth.” -Pierre Abelard … Continue reading →
“Borrowed” from the blog of Ann Althouse. The world is changing and too many people are sitting back and only watching. Citizenship is a participation sport, even in The House of Lords. Read the rest of the story here… Peers … Continue reading →
Being an active blogger just might make you smarter. If not actually smarter, you might at least appear smarter. Blogging buddy and mentor, Kurt Harden came up with a quote so cogent that I had to text him to verify … Continue reading →
It was the Summer of 1972 and having just a few dollars saved up, I went shopping with my grandparents at the Two Guys Department Store on Rt. 22 in Union, NJ. At the age of 12, my goal that … Continue reading →
Around the age of 30, I started on my path towards becoming a political junkie and ultimately a political addict. It was thirty years ago is when I canceled my subscription to The Village Voice and replaced it with The … Continue reading →
No, I’m not referring to the song, Stairway To Heaven, but to an email I received from a friend, as part of a group message. (Everyone is really bored, eh?) A few people responded back with online “cursing” and demands … Continue reading →
I am up in NJ this week, supposedly helping my mother with several tasks, not the least of which is celebrating her 39th birthday on Sunday. She’s very happy that her 60-year-old son can celebrate her 39th birthday with her. … Continue reading →