This will be a long letter saying farewell. I don't expect anyone to read all of this... A true sign of love is when you are given countless reasons, on a regular basis, to abandon someone/something, and you remain for years in the hope that it will get better. This is not inherently foolish, since … Continue reading Time to #WalkAway
I've had a few thoughts since I posted "The Kavanaugh Witch Hunt." Click that link to see Part 1. First, please watch this video the whole way through. I am further disgusted by how the Left keeps saying everybody should be sympathetic to victims, and yet laughs and scoffs when Brett Kavanaugh loses composure during … Continue reading Additional Thoughts | The Kavanaugh Witch Hunt
In the latest episode of Putting Feelings Before Facts.... Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been accused of attempted rape by Christine Blasey Ford. She tells of a story from 1982 when Kavanaugh trapped her in a room and attempted to rape her while drunk... Sometime in 2017, I had a conversation with a (somewhat … Continue reading The Kavanaugh Witch Hunt
It is increasingly concerning to me how many people are joining the “I used to be left-wing” group. Of course, 99% of the time, the reasoning is that the left has been hijacked by its worst members. I understand the frustration – trust me, I fully feel this frustration – but abandoning your principles for … Continue reading Don’t Abandon the Left
With the US midterms around the corner, I can't help but worry about which side - the left or the right - will come out on top. I've never liked the right, and for several years now, I've been annoyed with how detached from reality the left has become. I've been saying this for a … Continue reading Politics | The Difference Between Liberals and Progressives
Ever wonder why people get so emotionally worked up when discussing politics? My answer to this question is ultimately why years ago I chose to be a liberal. It comes down to human nature and the fact humans are tribal by nature. Tribalism isn't limited to where our 'group' lives, or appears, or behaves. It … Continue reading Why Is Politics So Divisive?
First political post in a long time. Let's see how my audience responds... I was raised by conservative families. My mother, my first foster home, my second foster home, and my adoptive home…, all conservative. Yet, I became a liberal starting when I was about 19 years old. As my readers will know full-well when … Continue reading Politics | Is Either Side Evil?