Yesterday morning, I was having an online chat with my mother. I was discussing a CNN reporter who was interviewing African-American voters in Harlem, NY as they came out of the polling location. My mother insisted they would all vote for Hillary Clinton. She stated Bill Clinton’s office being in Harlem as one factor. She… Continue reading The Race Question
When will the rain stop? Less then five days ago, my driveway and the road in front of my house were covered with ice and snow. We were in the middle of an ice storm. The driveway just became more driveway and less ice yesterday after 25 to 35 pounds of salt and two blisters… Continue reading Rainy Days and Wednesdays?
Let me start by saying, if I had to vote right now for one of the four GOP candidates still in the process, I would vote for Mike Huckabee. That being said, I think he needs to get out of the race. Number one, Huckabee doesn’t have the deep pockets that are going to be… Continue reading Scary Prospects
Usually when you hear the words “morning after,” you think hangover. I guess that is what US politics has after a day like yesterday. Super Tuesday was – in the eyes of those in charge – suppose to help both parties but mostly the democratic party know definitively who the nominee was going to be. … Continue reading The Morning After