To know me is to know that I am a skeptic and a political news junkie. Some might argue that I am a political animal first and a skeptical animal second. I’ve been politically conscious since I was 10 years old, while I’ve only been a skeptic since I was 26. I became friends with [...]
On Sunday May 9th, The President of The United States delivered the commencement address at Hampton University in Virginia.
Among his remarks were the following:
“And meanwhile, you’re coming of age in a 24/7 media environment that bombards us with all kinds of content and exposes us to all kinds of arguments, some of which [...]
What does September 11th mean to you? Although no two people see one hundred percent eye-to-eye on any given topic, I would wager that the great majority of people feel the most basic senses of sadness and loss. Stemming from sadness and loss, there bursts a plethora of emotions and feelings that cover just about [...]
Two weeks ago, I blogged about the Daly Kos posting in which Dennis Kucinich boasted about his contributions to getting a health care reform bill passed thought his Congressional committee. So spoke the congressman:
“One amendment brings into standard coverage for the first time complementary and alternative medicine.”
As part of my retort, I opined:
Thanks to an anonymous e-mailer for bringing this Daly Kos item to my attention. Daily Kos is not on my daily hit parade, but after seeing this I might have to make an addition.
The e-mailer was also correct to point out …
“If you want to see a good reason to be cautious about a [...]