Racist Attitudes Over Tight Jeans and Saggy Pants

They say a picture is worth a 1,000 words. I realize you probably don't understand how racist is this post. The Generation that Sags Their Pants is primarily Black male. This culture evolved because prisons and jails didn't provide belts or drawstring with pants because they could be used as weapons. Thus, their jail house … Continue reading Racist Attitudes Over Tight Jeans and Saggy Pants

The Problem With Our Food Supply

Each day I wake up and scour social media. I'm despised by all — as eventually I poke at one of your posts or comments. I'm the classic Devil's Advocate. Some consider me a Renaissance Man. My dear, wonderful high school friend, Carol Phoenix (née Murphy), Valedictorian of our class, and I recently reconnected after … Continue reading The Problem With Our Food Supply

If You Want to Beat Trump, You Need a Coach

Good friend, Dave McElhaney, writes for LiberalResistance. We've known each other for years — battled in the progressive political trenches together. He forwarded one of his articles, which introduced me to this eZine. Excellent group of writers. Dave passed my information to Michael Jay Tucker, who serves as an editor. Michael contacted me asking if … Continue reading If You Want to Beat Trump, You Need a Coach

Santino William Legan Murdered: Because I’m really angry

UPDATE 8.8.19: Fox & Friends — "Oprah is right about mass shootings, America missing 'core moral center'." Host Ainsley Earhardt considers Oprah's' comments "absolutely right." Mass shootings did not happen with such regularity in previous decades, despite guns being available for purchase. "Churches used to do that… It was a central place you could come … Continue reading Santino William Legan Murdered: Because I’m really angry

Goodness, Knowledge and Discipline

OPEN LETTER TO John Fielding, AltRes Director of Risk Management. AltRes manages some 30,000 employees and numerous companies in the State of Hawai'i. Aloha Mr. Fielding, I followed what my husband wrote yesterday. He shared your comments with me today. You and I both have something in common. From my understanding we both are of … Continue reading Goodness, Knowledge and Discipline

Hawaiians vs Americans: Tale of Two Cultures and TMT

Seth Keller posted this philosophical meme on social media. Explains the Great Debate here in the islands. Fisherman expresses Hawaiian way. Work to live. Catch enough for today, pau.   Industrialist is American way. He builds wealth. He grows a business. Lives to work. Works all the time.   Why the difference? Americans face seasons. … Continue reading Hawaiians vs Americans: Tale of Two Cultures and TMT

Cannabis Crusade: Time to Change History

One of the best ways today to determine if a person makes decisions based on emotion rather than science is to ask them their position on cannabis. To be fair, all of us were deceived by our government. Yet few Americans have much trust in government, so that's a dog that don't hunt any more. … Continue reading Cannabis Crusade: Time to Change History