Category Archives: Bernie Sanders

Democratic Debate with My Son

Wednesday, November 20th 2019   Listening to the Democratic Presidential Candidates debate the idea of potentially taxing the 0.001% of the elite class all of $0.02 to fund innumerable programs, and how to fund healthcare, my son gets up from … Continue reading

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Election Day – Crazed and Confused

Tuesday, November 5th 2019 Driving my daughter to school today we pass the public park at Cambridge Common and what do I see but my new Homeless Buddies, Victor and Michael.  And because I had just picked up some new … Continue reading

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Our House Party: Mixing Politics with Pleasure

Saturday, October 26th 2019   On this day I did something that scared the crap out of me.  Or “expanded the comfort zone” per se.  We held a Meet-the-Neighbors AND Meet-a-Candidate party.  And it was all thrown together last minute.  … Continue reading

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Bernie Sanders: Now Is The Time

October 2019 Check out Harry Belafonte:    “When you have an opportunity to tell two black girls to shut up and get off stage and you don’t.  And you shake their hand and you smile and you step to the … Continue reading

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Tim Black’s Review of Bernie Ad

Thursday, October 17th 2019 Rising Up | Bernie 2020 [4:55]:   And this brother here, Tim Black, is not perfect but I’m completely down with him and his take on the evisceration of Bernie by the MSM.   This New … Continue reading

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The Poor are Not Making You Poor

October 2019   There’s a lot to say on this topic, but this cartoon just sums it the hell UP. ♣

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The Great Generation’s Great (Dis)illusionment

“Happy” Indiginous People’s Day – Monday, October 14th 2019   I am sad that the “Great Generation” is dying off either clinging to antiquated notions of romantic patriotism, or with the painful understanding that their entire lives were lived on … Continue reading

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