Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston

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Saturday, July 24, 2021

SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING

 

with Michael Jackson:



Quick post

 

I read the Michael Wolff piece in the NYTimes this AM and then read a comment on what Wolff wrote.


The piece by Wolff was mainly about Trump running for POTUS in 2024.


The comment perfectly describes Trump:



"What else is he goingt to do? He doesnt' read. He has no interest in music, dance, movies, TV, theater, or art. He could care less about science. He doesnt' like to travel. He has no firends. He's not interested in helping people. He's not religious. He has no sense of humor. He's not loyal to any sport teams. He has no imagination, no curiosity. He craves junk food. He's the most boring person on the planet. of course, he's going to run. It's all he has left." --JoeG, Levittown, PA.

Thursday, July 22, 2021

FAMILY

 


Progressive Eruptions will be down for a while.

My California and New York families are here for a visit and to help me celebrate a birthday!

Looking forward to seeing them all, especially the grandkids!!!!


Be excellent to each other!



Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Texas

 

Words fail me. Is Texas part of the U.S.? Read the linked story.




Texas Senate removes requirement to tell students that the KKK are 'morally wrong' 

The move is one of about two dozen curricula that are being removed from requirements. 

 The Texas Senate has passed a bill that would limit teaching certain topics, notably those that revolve around race and racism. 

The agenda item was one of 11 pieces of legislation Gov. Greg Abbott noted when he called for a special session in early July. Senate Bill 3 states that a "teacher may not be compelled to discuss a particular current event or widely debated and currently controversial issue of public policy or social affairs." 

 The bill is a follow-up to an already passed House bill that Abbott signed in May. Among the changes in SB 3 is the removal of a reference to the Ku Klux Klan being "morally wrong" from House Bill 3979, which is set to become law in September.