One radio talk show host recently asked me to name the top five myths about gun control. My response was “Why discuss only 0.0001% of the lies?” Statistical snideness aside, the question provoked unnecessary thinking inside my convoluted cranium. It … Continue reading
We spend the first half of our lives gathering experiences that we repeat endlessly in the second half.
Homeless people have power. I speak not of various vagrants littering San Francisco street corners, but the politically homeless – voters to whom party is now meaningless. Try to pry from a leader of the Republican or Democrat parties an … Continue reading
If the Gawds of technology are working, this post should appear about the say time as I stand on the stern of a boat, facing a glorious woman and stuttering through the simple phrase “I do.” I post this in … Continue reading
Can China take away your civil rights? Such rhetorical inquiries sound absurd on the surface, but a new constitutional collision course is careening our way, one that pits the perverse perceptions of dictatorships, oligarchies and monarchies against you. You just … Continue reading