Tag 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 →
When one looks at all the craziness going on in the world today, this seems to be a reasonable question to ask.
We want a society in which we are free to make choices, to make mistakes, to be generous and compassionate. That is what we mean by a moral society – not a society in which the State is responsible for … 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 →
It was 1979. . . 40 years ago that Monty Python’s Flying Circus released the movie, The Life of Brian. One of the skits deals with what is now a current event. A two-year-old comment on the page by “Truthfinder” … Continue reading →
Courtesy of Kurt Harden and Greg Gutfield. A PSA by everyday people. The real truth in advertising. Have a great week everybody!!
Random Observations. Ponder the ramifications. In the near future, little old ladies won’t be able to quilt, knit or sew, but they’ll take awesome selfies in the bathroom mirror. At my age, my grandfather had started a family and defeated … Continue reading →