Category Archives: racial injustice

A Most Progressive 10th Birthday

Wednesday, April 25th 2018   Trick Question:  What do Bernie Sanders, The Declaration of Independence and my son’s 10th Birthday have in common? Here’s the story. 1)  When I ask my son whom he would like to invite to his … Continue reading

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Split Double Date Night

Sunday April 15th 2018 No babysitter, no problem. Dear Hubsand takes our daughter out for Dinner Date with Daddy:   And I take our son to the show! PS: At first I was afraid my date was defective…     … Continue reading

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Touchnote to Spidey-Moneyman

Wednesday April 11th 2018 Waking Up Woke (For context, see previous post.)     (And to make amazing postcards that get mailed to YOUR loved ones, see Touchnote.com!) #FWIW #Touchnote.com #WakeUpWoke ♥

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At Rise: Spidey Money Dream

aka:  How to Wake Up Woke Wednesday, April 11th 2018 AT RISE:  Mom has moved 9 y/o Gavin and 6 y/o ClaraJane to the big bed where all are waking up for the day. GAVIN:  Mom,  I had a dream … Continue reading

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Touchnote: Stand Up Guy

Post January 20th 2017 At the risk of bragging, and reticent as I am to use the term, it is no secret I am PROUD of my young son and his political activism thus far.  He is the reason we … Continue reading

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Our Revolution: Bernie Sanders Live in Somerville!

Monday, October 23rd 2017   “…We have two jobs: 1) Tell Mr. Trump he will not divide this country over sexual orientation, color of skin or county of origin. 2) We need a progressive agenda for the working class and … Continue reading

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Our Revolution: Friendly Neighborhood Politicians

Monday, October 23rd 2017 I went to the rally to slake the parched chokehold of desperation in the desert of what is our currently horrifying Chump-inspired global political climate.   And to get a better sense of our City Council candidates before … Continue reading

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