I try very hard to openly say, “I don’t know,” when I don’t know. The student loan forgiveness issue? I don’t know. Like a lot of things, this is difficult to boil down to “either/or,” or “all or nothing.” But we Americans are not very good at nuanced thinking.
I’m now about two weeks into being 68-years-old, something I’ve never been before. Here’s what I think I think. No, we don’t control all of what happens to us over the course of a day. But I do think the key to having a good day is to decide at the outset of that day that it’s going to be a good day. No matter what.
After a half century working in a wide range of media, I’d like to think that I’m reasonably media savvy. But I have no idea what CNN is doing. I can’t even figure out what CNN is trying to do.
I do know this. Banning books and removing them from libraries is cultural and societal death-rattle.
Mitch McConnell is not often right. And he is even less frequently truthful. But he is spot on when he says his GOP may have blown its chance to retake control of the Senate by nominating idiots like Herschel Walker and Mehmet Oz. And thanks to SCOTUS’ continuing religious jihad, the upcoming mid-term election may not be a walk-over for Republicans in the House, either.
“Offended” by Finland’s prime minister? Uhhh…no!