I know I’ve been neglecting this blog. Apparently, March isn’t a very good month for my mental health. My Facebook memories tell me that I’ve checked out of social media for most of the last two Marches.
So, Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, and Congressional Republicans have introduced their replacement for the Affordable Care Act. . .
I didn’t know that much about Milo Yiannopoulos until recently, but he’s a pretty complicated man.
Since the election results started making it clear that Donald Trump would be the President of the United States, his fans and supporters have pleaded with us to “just give him a chance.”
In this, the dawn of the administration of Donald Trump, our the 45th President of the United States, many of my fellow liberals are continuing the collective tizzy that has had them enthralled since November. . .
So, Republicans in the House and Senate are finally setting in motion the legislative action that they’ve been lusting for since 2010, repealing the Affordable Care Act — “Obamacare” as it’s affectionately/derisively known. . .
On Sunday, Meryl Streep received the Cecil B. Demille Award for her lifetime of achievements as an actor. She also, apparently, pissed off just about every one of our conservative friends. . .
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