The barriers to truth are many. People’s perceptions vary. They have biases. They ignore evidence, leave out facts, lie to themselves or diminish the importance of facts that give offense. A writer complimented Kamala Harris on her fashion sense, recently. By focusing on her
A man in his 50s admitted on Facebook he was depressed about the changes he saw barreling down on society like a runaway train. He doubted the alterations were for the better. As he is a liberal thinker, I supposed he was suffering from Trump fatigue and wondering, as I do, when our
While insurrectionists were storming the Capitol in Washington D.C. on January 6, 2021, another skirmish was playing out in publications like Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) and Vogue. The question, if not weighty, was heated. Why was Kamala Harris, our Vice President-elect, wearing snea
An interesting poll came out the other day. (“Poll Watch,” The Week, Feb 8, 2019, pg. 17) Fifty-five percent of Americans favor receiving a health care plan through Medicare, but only 37% would be willing to raise taxes for it. Presidential aspirant, Kamala Harris, and Senator
I made a comment on Face book the other day about closed primaries. I don’t understand why people are so exorcised about them. The system isn’t new, having been practiced for decades. Folks who want to participate in a primary register with the party of their choice and vote.