There are so many topics to consider, we can just jump in anywhere the news has covered or uncovered. I’m picking what I call a mélange, patchwork or potpourri.
Maybe it’s time to bring in the vigilantes. I mean simply to help those charged with keeping the Putinites from messing with voters on local levels.
Not for a second has fear reached this aerie that the free press is threatened by muzzling from the infernal guv’ment. It’s a mighty good subject but nonsensical.
It matters not which versions of the Scriptures is preferred by those of Christian teachings; but, maybe, we should recall and quote that “all liars will have their place in the lake of fire.” Read on please.
The time has arrived for a breather, at least for a moment, from the knock-down, drag-out, verbal political fisticuffs that have overtaken the sensibilities up-and-down the land of opportunity.
Time to confess learned friends and readers. I’m finally aggrieved and offended. Actually, in simple language, just when it seems the leftists – otherwise described as progressives – think they are making headway in smearing the Leader of the Free World, the inside job of the so-called Deep State emerges again.
Several wonderful and rarely used words come to mind today. And, with good reason. Here are some important subjects for this perfect time: civics and sports are the order.
Reconsidering “turmoil, time and trouble” and the evidence continues as “so so?” The obvious answer: “same old, same old,” or the reality of the age-old question “What’s New?”
My intention for this soliloquy was to talk about the coming new look of the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS). Because of a deadline, it was impossible to predict the next associate justice.
For some time now predictions have been circulating that another civil war is on the horizon. Yes, the USofA is transitioning again to “We the People.”
As bulletins flashed five days ago that an active shooter was shot-gunning The Annapolis Capital newsroom, my heart sank, along with others who have enjoyed the excitement of deadline writing.
Much time and money has dominated public consciousness of late. Reasons are varied. The main spark has been politics; and the art of compromise has been nowhere to be found.
I knew it. I just might have to open a crystal ball shop, make free predictions. Well, dare I brag a bit, I must be a prophet. Even though I have an admitted coffee addiction, reading the tea leaves is becoming rather easy.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Most certainly since photographs began to be featured in newspapers around in the beginning of the 1900s. Then came the avalanche of images on film and every type of video equipment of today.
There’s no denying insidious movements to destroy basic American traditions are well at work. Alarming signs are everywhere, disaster looms and, frankly, danger is disguised as political resistance.
It is no secret. Skullduggery is alive and well in the political arena. Surprised? Of course not. It can be a bit surprising at times, particularly when opponents have been quasi-friends for long periods at work “for the public good.”
In preparation for this historic day, it was appropriate to look back 68 years and refresh memories from the Korean War, not in the least a police action.
Admittedly carpetbaggers have invaded The Commonwealth under the opened eyes of native borns in the Old Dominion. And, days of the Virginia Gentleman and Gentlewoman could now be headed to oblivion.
A good question for today: who’s going to be the next whiz kid who says she or he knows how to change the weather, I mean turn on or off rain?
In a state surrounded by others allowing concealed carry weapons, time has come again to question Maryland’s belligerence to permitting good citizens to pack heat.
The bulletin crawled across the bottom of the screen early in the morning. Alerts were immediate on my iPhone. Reports of a Texas High School shooting. No information available at that moment.
Among the magnificent benefits of our technological advances is the ability to block unwanted, or any at all, telephone calls. In this gregarious season of political obsessing, eluding messages can be easy.
It is rather apparent that North Korea’s little imp not only blinked but has discovered that posterior osculation is the road to peace and saving himself from annihilation.
There’s been a lot conversation among all the mugwumps and barking moonbats that former cabinet officers become consultants for foreign governments and receive incredible fees and enjoy riches forever.
And, now for some good news. But first, I don’t want to hear any piffle about starting a paragraph or sentence with “And.” It’s a perfectly good locution, plus this is not an English class paper.
Somehow it’s not likely that dancing around Maypoles will occur today. There was a time when May First was a celebratory activity in public schools.
Debate over medicinal marijuana continues to weave its way into modern approval. A number of states say it’s okay, while a majority, not including Maryland, one of the Original 13 colonies, has legalized pot use. Now the fight proceeds whether dispensaries will be among downtown shops.