My write-up on Tulsi Gabbard will be pretty short, because even after listening to her talk, I'm not sure what she's all about. (I'm basing this on a few articles and a few recent interviews - including her CNN Town Hall.) At this point in the race, most of the candidates believe in essentially the … Continue reading Tulsi Gabbard: Evasive AF
So far, I've been able to form a pretty solid opinion on the candidates that I've taken the time to get to know. Senator Amy Klobuchar remains a bit of a wild card for me. I want to get behind her really straight forward approach. Like Buttigieg, who is almost certainly my candidate until he's … Continue reading Amy Klobuchar: I want to want to back her
I've gotten way behind on posting my thoughts on the candidates - and if you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, it's probably clear that I've essentially settled on my Buttigieg as my frontrunner. But I do still want to be fair to the others and try to explain why I've landed where I've landed. … Continue reading Kirsten Gillibrand: I guess, maybe
Weld is a traditional small government, states rights, fiscal conservative. But he would not be an awful President.
Is anyone taking her candidacy seriously? Can someone reassure me that you've read this, so that I didn't lose two hours of my life listening to YouTube videos of interviews with her today for no good reason.
I was really prepared to not like or care about this guy at all. As it turns out, I don't dislike him, he seems to have some pretty good ideas, and I still don't care all that much. Solution-Oriented, Bi-Partisan Problem Solver Delaney's core "message" is that he is a solutions-oriented guy who can work … Continue reading John Delaney: Worth a Listen
I don't think Andrew Yang wants to be President of the United States. At least, that's what I'm telling myself in order to understand his candidacy. Yang has an urgent message about the impact of automation on the workforce in the next 5 - 10 years -- specifically the loss of jobs in trucking, customer … Continue reading Andrew Yang: Tech Geek, Single Issue Candidate
(Eulogy for my grandmother - delivered December 12, 2018.) When we were kids, there was almost nothing that Mommom wouldn’t let us do. Jump on the bed? She’d lead us in a rousing game of “Chop Chop Timber”. Play in the mud? She’d draw a bath and make sure our clothes were clean before we … Continue reading Celebrating the love she leaves behind.
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The officers had no evidence that Antwon (or the others in the vehicle) were involved in any crime. The question that I keep hearing over and over again is, “But why did he run?”