Tuesday, December 10, 2019

The US Ranks 27th in the World in Education and Healthcare

So who is the bad guy?  Is it the people that want the social programs trashed or the politician that wants the social programs trashed?  Ask yourself, who started this socialism is bad craze?  You either don't remember, or you remember it was your politician when he/she sent word either on TV, radio, or Internet to you that people don't want a socialist system in place.  But who called the United States a "want to be" socialist country?  It was again the politicians back in 2015-2016 when Bernie Sanders was running for election. The politicians decided that socialism had no place in the U.S.  and the U.S. wasn't going to have it.  (Purdue said not on his watch)  It had nothing to do with the people.  They had no say so.  If you ask the people they or at least many don't even know what that means to them in the United States. The majority were just pushing the politician points.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Pollution? This is All About Betrayal

The Cuyahoga River fire
The Cuyahoga River fire

Now comes the time that I irk the public and make quite a few angry. But not any angrier than the promises put out to the public that never materialized and helped our planet as well as help the people.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019


The abominations and inflicting unnecessary misery upon others will be the abominations and suffering all people will experience for now on.  The righteous too will be inflicted.  Turn our back. and inflict pain on others from this day forward and this planet will be going up in flames.  When you inflict nothing but pain onto the people, eventually the people will have no choice but to fight back because they are reduced to fighting for their lives, or the lives of family or friends. 

Monday, July 8, 2019

Our Mission in Life is to Help All Americans Discover their Potential

The greatbig.com site said,  "As kids, we wanted to be astronauts, explorers, scientists and artists. As adults, we are a global team of storytellers, inquisitive and unconventional, determined to change the way you see the world."

Wednesday, June 19, 2019


Juneteenth flag designer L.J. Graf packed lots of meaning into her design. The colors red, white, and blue echo the American flag to symbolize that the slaves and their descendants were Americans. The star in the middle pays homage to Texas, while the bursting "new star" on the "horizon" of the red and blue fields represents a new freedom and a new people.

As the tradition of Juneteenth spread across the U.S., different localities put different spins on celebrations. In southern states, the holiday is traditionally celebrated with oral histories and readings, "red soda water" or strawberry soda, and barbecues. Some states serve up Marcus Garvey salad with red, green, and black beans, in honor of the black nationalist. Rodeos have become part of the tradition in the southwest, while contests, concerts, and parades are a common theme across the country.

Juneteenth, also known as Juneteenth Independence Day or Freedom Day, is an American holiday that commemorates the June 19, 1865, announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. state of Texas, and more generally the emancipation of enslaved African Americans throughout the former Confederate States of America.

But I would love to see Juneteenth as popular as Christmas, and not just family but people everywhere coming together for a feast, and having a good time together.  What better way to stop racism?  What better way to heal this planet? Yes, we have to start somewhere.  We can't unless someone gets off their butt and does it.  We can't if people are still accepting excuses.  So maybe next year  ...how about it? 

Friday, May 31, 2019

The Human Race

A racist will tell you that they are opinionated. Yes they are, but they also are narrow-minded, blind, closed-minded, intolerant, one-sided, racist, sexist, xenophobic, and easily influenced by other racist. Oh!  yes, they are bigots.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Fixing the Holier-than-Thou

Us and them

In America as long as you belong to certain classes of people (and everyone does) you are “so called” good to go, and many don’t think much about it. Some classes no one wants to be a part of. Pretty much people stay clear from the bad classes. At the top they group  people into us and them. Then there are the irrelevant, whom by definition, don’t figure into many decisions, some are even blocked from participation.

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Refusal of State Governments to Pull Citizens Out of Poverty


The big issue I see is that much of the US don't bother to even check out the statements the President and his Democrats and Republicans claim. "I'm going to cut taxes." 'to whom?'  "I cut taxes but only too ___"  "why?" transcends into all you need to know. The issue I see time, and time again is that all the claims, and all the "I did" are not checked out by the public. N0 questions. No research, no checks and balances.