I had to stop by the office today. I took my 10 AM break / walk as I always do and ran into a coworker […]
Healthcare is broken. We MUST fix it.
“I’m doing much better this morning. After using the nebulizer, oxygen was much easier to take in.”
This was a response from a friend who is struggling through COVID-19 at home because she can’t afford to see a doctor or go to a hospital.
The Americans and me
Today, I was reading a conversation on a Facebook group focused on Mexican food. Pretty normal until someone took exception to using the word “America” […]
Campaigning under COVID
Regardless of the outcome, the work continues. We will still have people struggling to find a place to live. We will still have children in our communities who go to sleep hungry. We will still have people ostracized for the color of their skin or where they choose to worship. There will always more to do.
When it rains, it pours. Hard.
Life under COVID started out somewhat confusing and slightly ambiguous. In the five months since I started working from home, things have gotten tougher, not easier the longer things stay the same.
Destruction of USPS – Why would they do that?
“Mail call!” The 1MC* aboard the USS Marvin Shields sent out the call and a dozen division mail clerks scurried to pick up the mail for the sailors in their Division.
To play or not to play
“He’ll never get an opportunity like that again, and it was taken away for what?” Uhler said.
Umm… how about “Public Safety”?
Tomas in Chicavasco, 2017
So there I was, two days into a four-day vacation visiting my uncle and cousins who I’d not seen in forty years. I was looking […]
Once a cop… Pt 2.
A while back I wrote a small piece about actors who seem to play law enforcement officers more than once. I just came across another […]
The myth about GOP alternatives to Obamacare
A while back, I had a Twitter “conversation” with Daniel Garza of the The Libre Initiative. After a few back-and-forths, Daniel stated that I was […]