commentary / Meandering

Meandering Monday about Wheat and Chaff

We just celebrated Easter Sunday – a pivotal day for Christians. The more I think about it, it’s amazing how Christianity spread across the world. Consider the communication methods of the time – no printing presses, radio, television, major media, or internet to disseminate the information, and yet it spread across the world. There are … Continue reading

commentary / Meandering / news / Politics

Meandering Monday about THE NARRATIVE

Okay, so maybe today isn’t so much meandering. President Trump has been in office for just about two years now. He was elected by the American People, by the rules of our electoral process (legitimately, which has not been disproved despite two-plus years of unproductive, politically motivated, and possibly unconstitutional investigation.) Throughout his time as … Continue reading

commentary / Perception / Politics

False Flag Friday: Is It REALLY About the Children?

When you see an overabundance of reporting on a subject, you should take some time to figure out why – especially when it looks like you’re not getting all sides of the story. All the brouhaha being made about children being separated from parents on the border is misguided at best, malevolently manipulative at its … Continue reading

commentary / Meandering / Politics

Meandering Monday about the Manners of Emily Litella

I have fond memories of Emily Litella, one of Gilda Radner’s characters from the original class of Saturday Night Live. The lady would get on the news report giving a concerned citizen’s report on some issue that she was concerned about. She would berate parents for protesting “violins on television” (instead of violence), or complain … Continue reading