Last week, I wrote about my recent problems with Instagram. After averaging 450 new followers a day since March, when I became active on Instagram, my number of new followers suddenly stopped growing. Dead stop. The count read 68.9K. It […]
In a world that has many challenges, both foreign and domestic, I believe our next president should be a person who has been tried and tested politically, morally grounded and Constitutionally sound. I believe former Gov. Mike Huckabee meets these […]
With, most recently, incumbent Republican senators Pat Roberts in Kansas and Lamar Alexander in Tennessee winning their respective primaries, tea party challengers failed in all attempts in this primary cycle to defeat Senate incumbents. Now we’re starting to hear eulogies […]
Ginni Thomas’ call to Anita Hill has, not surprisingly, provoked columns and blogging speculating what motivated the call, some wanting to relive those hearings of 20 years ago. But how about considering the simplest and most straightforward scenario?
There’s an interesting storyline playing out in the corridors of the Capitol this week. Yes, Congress is in its fall recess, members having returned home for the last stretch of campaigning before that first Tuesday in November. But all is […]
Several weeks ago, I visited one of my older siblings who owns’ a Floral Shop in the inner city of Rochester, New York. Although I had been back to Rochester several times since leaving there in 1969: that Rochester where […]
In recent days there has been much hysteria concerning the proposed mosque in New York City near ground zero. At the same time, there was a big disturbance over Dr. Laura’s use of the N-word on the radio. I believe […]
On Friday July 16, 2010, a 3.6 magnitude earthquake hit Maryland just outside of Washington, DC. The earthquake struck the area at about 5 a.m. and was not felt by most people. In fact, President Obama told the press that […]