The special prosecutor, an American traitor and Sen. Elizabeth Warren were personalities in news this week. Highlights and quick take comments on each in this edition… Continue reading “Weekend Quick Takes”
Only in Washington would a lawmaker be angry that he got to vote on his own bill. Yet that’s part of the news of this week-that and more in this edition of ‘Quick Takes’.
Senator Doesn’t Want a Vote on His Own Bill
Sen. Ed Markey is angry at the Senate Majority Leader for bringing a bill that he sponsored to a vote. What?! Continue reading “Weekend Quick Takes”
In this edition of quick takes, we find that apparently the end is near so live it up.
And also an update on New York’s new abortion law and another look at socialism in South America.
The End is Near…
During an event honoring Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) said “The world is going to end in twelve years…” if we didn’t do more about global warming. Continue reading “Friday Quick Takes”
Quick takes on news of the week, including announcement of a new summit between North Korea’s Kim Jung-Un and President Trump, the De-valuing of America and children-or at least those acting like children-in high government office. Continue reading “Weekend Quick Takes”
An idea worth implementing from a socialist member of Congress, an update on progress of the Paris Climate Agreement and other news of note on this week between Christmas and New Year.
Socialist in Favor of Not Paying Congress
Newly elected socialist Representative from New York, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had an idea that should be worth considering, if only Congress didn’t make its own rules. Continue reading “Holiday Week Quick Takes”
A short review of items in the news in the last week, including Facebook’s latest disregard of its members, Democratic plans for the new Congress and new food stamp rules. Continue reading “Friday Quick Takes”
After feasting and giving thanks for our blessings, here is this weekend’s edition of quick takes, with a special focus on bias in the public square. Do you think there isn’t bias in our colleges and universities? Or in the media? Continue reading “Holiday Weekend Quick Takes”