Monthly Archive: April 2019

Say It Ain’t So, Joe

So Joe Biden has formally and finally entered the race for the Democratic nomination. While he may be the front runner today, I’m guessing that comes almost purely from name recognition. And, in the...

Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 1 Recap

Is there any other sport with a consistently more competitive first round of its playoffs than the NHL? Once again, this year’s playoffs highlight that it is far more important for a team to...

The Breadth Of The Kleptocracy

Rampant corruption is one sign of a failing democracy and becomes all-pervasive in an autocracy. With that in mind, let’s look at a couple of stories that might have fallen under the radar in...

The Stop&Shop Strike

The Stop&Shop strike in the Northeast is now entering its second week. Over 30,000 unionized Stop&Shop workers are on the picket lines after months of contract negotiations with the company had produced no agreement....

Where We Go From Here

While we all digest every detail in Barr’s redacted Mueller report and the realization that the Attorney General remarkably tells a greater percentage of lies per words spoken than Sarah Huckabee Sanders and even...

Freedom To Let Others Die

We live in the reality theatre of the absurd. The fact that Donald Trump is President should be proof enough of that. And two stories today only highlight the absurdity of our politics today....