Andrea, if you’re thinking about running again, I have one piece of advice. Speak up. Tell us what you stand for, how you’re going to be different than the one you want to replace, and what you’re going to do for the people that elect you. Give me a reason to vote for you other than you’re not the other guy. These ghost campaigns are not the way to go. Sure, you are going to irritate some and make others mad but please make some damn noise. Wake up the voters.
Finally, someone gets it: Trump says the shooters and not the guns are to blame. Says we should concentrate on the mental health issues and not the inanimate (my word) guns. It takes a human (sort of) to pull the trigger.
We really need red flag laws: Google “whistle-blower”. He claims that someone in Google had outed him as the leak. The San Francisco Police received a call from “Google” asking for a “wellness” check at his home. He says; “They got inside the gate, the police, and they started banging on my door… And so the police decided that they were going to call in additional forces. They called in the FBI, they called in the SWAT team. And they called in a bomb squad.” For a “wellness” check. (PJ Media). This is what will happen when there are “red flag” laws. When they come pounding on your door at 5 am, you answer in a grumpy mood, they will shoot you dead and claim you fired first. No trial, no attorney, and no rights. Period.
Headline: “A New Species of Leech Is Discovered Near Washington D.C.” There are just too many possible responses here. Way too easy.
In 1987 Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Shumer were members of Congress and were busy blaming Reagan for all “our” problems. Thirty-two years later Chuck and Nan are still members of Congress but now spend their time blaming all “our” problems on Trump. Between the them, they have over 60 years in politics, and NOW they want to fix everything. Did I miss something here?
The Epstein suicide ruling reminds me of one I read from Texas many years ago. A man was found shot, in the head, twice, with a lever action rifle next to the body. Coroner said it was “the most determined case of suicide” he had ever seen.
RIP; Peter Fonda, 79. Appeared in far too many movies to mention. He often sailed to Hawaii on his boat “Tatoosh”. A good actor/director. Always seemed a bit of a pretentious jerk to me. But maybe that’s just me.