Following the news this week was intellectually challenging and emotionally exhausting. I’m not a lawyer or a trained journalist, I have problems with memory and concentration, but I am determined to decide what I think of The Mueller report by reading it. The Mueller Report describes a lawless president intent on obstructing the the legitimate […]
via Rob’s Weekly News Wrap-Up – 4/19-4/26:On a Personal Note — Art by Rob Goldstein
Please vote in the mid term elections in the United States.
Vote like you way of life depends on it, because it does.
Since 2013, I have been annually updating this informational chart about the key book publishing paths. It is available as a PDF download—ideal for photocopying and distributing for workshops and classrooms—plus the full text is given in the article at: Key Book Publishing Paths: 2018
via The Key Book Publishing Paths: 2018 – by Jane Friedman… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog
Happy Friday! This beautiful bird was pecking on my office window this morning. The glass is reflective, so he couldn’t see me. I’ve never seen a woodpecker this big before!
A number of Republicans, while denouncing gun-free zones for others, enforce a few for themselves. An article on Alternet notes five places that Republicans, for their own personal safety, maintain and enjoy the protection of gun-free zones: 1. The White House. Oddly enough, while condemning gun-free zones as open invitations to shooters, Trump isn’t inviting guns […]
via GOP supports (their own) gun-free zones — Pied Type
It’s always about Don the con. I’m sure the families of the 17 people murdered in the mass shooting in Florida on Wednesday will find comfort in his tweets.
Sit down and shut the f&*k up! Better yet, do something you moronic asspipe!
Getty Image Friday was a busy day for breaking news about the government. Not only did we learn about the latest indictments in Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian tampering with the 2016 election, we also learned that the FBI received a credible warning about the Parkland, Florida school shooter and failed to act. Both developments…
via Trump Brazenly Suggests That The FBI Didn’t Act On The Florida School Shooter Because They Were Focusing On Russia — UPROXX
Just remember politicians, these students are almost old enough to vote now, and will be in 2020!
Cameron Kasky is a 17-year-old junior who along with his younger brother, Holden, thankfully survived the school shooting that took place last Wednesday at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. This is a commentary he shared with CNN the day after. When I read it—-well—-I was left rather stunned and I’d like […]
via “My Generation Won’t Stand For This.” — By Hook Or By Book
The author is a junior in high school. He is very well spoken. I have hope for the United States when I come across such bright young people. They are our future.
via My Thoughts: We need gun reform