Human history is the story of finding balance, swinging too far one way and swinging back, always in search of the sweet spot.
“The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you believe in it.” ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
I voted for Obama in 2008. I lived in San Francisco and when the election results came through, the city erupted in a celebration that I must imagine was only rivaled by the rapturous joy in Chicago. On November 6th, 2012, we as a nation vote again, but no matter the winner, it seems unlikely … Continue reading Vote
This is not usually the kind of entry I write, but as a follow-up to my last post, it feels apropos. Watch this, if you're up for it (it's long but has points of interest): What's interesting about this video, other than the content (which Romney would probably dismiss) is that it wasn't created by … Continue reading “When Mitt Romney Came To Town”
And other obvious facts in this presidential race. First off, let me say, this is an opinion piece on the likelihood of candidates getting the Republican nomination, not a statement on their policies, and certainly not a diatribe on why Obama is or isn't a better choice than them. But, who am I kidding, I'll … Continue reading Ron Paul Is Not Going To Be The Republican Nominee
"Millionaire tax called 'class warfare' by GOP." I've really tried to avoid broaching politics on this blog throughout most of this stupidity, but it's hard to just completely ignore it. If you rightly don't care about this whole clusterfuck of inanity because you, again rightly, understand that this whole mess is about the political parties … Continue reading Class Warfare
It's obvious why Republicans are gleefully undermining education in this country by attacking Teachers Unions and stripping their pay and benefits. They got a retard to be the most powerful leader in the world for 8 years, so they figure, "Who needs an education?" To the people who think teachers get paid too much, but … Continue reading Thought of the Day: Teachers Unions