Early Detection and Aggressive Treatment

To be clear, I'm not an epidemiologist.  What I am is someone who can see patterns in data, who can analyze structures and relationships.  And what I see is to beat COVID19, the two things that matter most, are early detection and aggressive treatment.  Nancy Pelosi said the following: "His denial at the beginning was … Continue reading Early Detection and Aggressive Treatment

Faces of Hate

What follows is an excerpt from a post originally published on March 30, 2017.  It's worth revisiting in light of the #moroninchief's Twitter tirade against Adam Schiff.  Trump learned it somewhere... Read the history.  The two biggest influences in #fucktrump's life were his father and Roy Cohn.  I've said this before, but I'll say it … Continue reading Faces of Hate

Social Justice and “Independence” Day

Most of us here in the US look at July 4th as Independence Day.  Other see different days, such as "The Boston Globe's" Renée Graham.  For her it's Juneteenth.  For me it's April 19, 1775.  That's when the fight began in earnest.  So what, if anything, does this have to do with "Social Justice"? I've … Continue reading Social Justice and “Independence” Day

60 Votes? Or is it 67 and 290?

There is a path from the wilderness... We keep hearing it's the Democrat's fault, that the filibuster prevents the Senate from getting to 60 votes.  Oh, my.  The analysis is wrong, just wrong.  Here is the simple path to end the shutdown: a veto override.  It's not that hard.  In fact it becomes a distinct … Continue reading 60 Votes? Or is it 67 and 290?

Hypocrisy, Lies, FoxNews, Trump….

OK.  The heading is getting too long.  I'm waiting for the swamp to drain.  Frankly, disgusted.  A day after Trump's fixer pleaded guilty and his campaign manager was convicted I'm looking for some truth.  #CNN is reveling in a, well, look, we were right.  So I looked at #foxnews.  I wondered what they had to … Continue reading Hypocrisy, Lies, FoxNews, Trump….