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Once a year or so I decide that it would be great if I grew a beard and let my hair grow longer. Something left over from the Sixties I guess. Obviously it's easy, I simply don't shave or get a haircut.

Why Colin Kaepernick's Protest Doesn't Count. Yet.


Let's get a few things straight right from the kick off. Colin Kaepernick of the San Franicsco 49ers' is free to do whatever he likes during the playing of the national anthem. Two games ago he created a media firestorm by sitting on the bench during the anthem, and at the most recent game he went to one knee. He says he's protesting American racial injustice and minority oppression most commonly demonstrated when minority groups deal with law enforcement. He's worn socks at practice depicting pigs as police officers.

Weary. A nice, tired word that describes how most folks I know feel about the current Presidential election cycle.

Weary, of Trump, tired of the coverage and weary of being tired of it all. So for people who like politics, or are at least concerned about what is going to happen in November, which should be all of us, what's to do?

An Act of Political Cowardice-Not Voting


Come on America, Suck It Up! When did we become a nation of whiners and complainers?

Trumbo to Trump, When Did America Become So Afraid?


Here's the scene setter. My living room, a glass of wine (or two), early evening, and---- I'm watching the recent film 'Trumbo' with Academy Award Nominee Brian Cranston in the lead role and about halfway through I jump up and yell, 'I can't believe it, it's just like today! They're talking about today!!!' I keep going on about it for nearly ten minutes, my wife alternately pausing and playing the film in between outbursts so she doesn't miss any dialog. 'What do you mean it's like today?' she wants to know.