Though the last post I made, Dark Age was a near-term tale of speculative fiction, the following information is straight from the source, presented here for you to draw your own conclusions. Maybe we can put together an anthology of speculative fiction. The following table is an excerpt from the Social Security Administration’s own website.
Tag: personal freedoms
Somehow, we lost sight of the future in our mad dash to remake the present into something more palatable for our tired, weary eyes. We allowed those whom we elected to office to run amok, unchecked and unchallenged for far too long.
I have not yet read through my notes taken during the President’s State of the Union address last night. They are somewhere in state between chaotic and unprintable, so this is nothing more than an overview and a bit of editorial. I am concerned about several things in the President’s SOTU address last night. First
Random thoughts on this early morning of election day. Voter turnout should be highest in decades for a midterm GOP will most likely get 60 to 65 House seats that might be a conservative number (pun intended) Will not be a vote for the Grand Old Party, but a vote against current, progressive agenda and
“Incumbent out!” appears to be rallying cry of many for the upcoming, midterm November election. And who can blame them given the runaway state of our Federal budget, the extent of Federal meddling and intrusion in our lives, and the overall mismanaged, self-serving, crony-driven current implementation of both Houses of Congress and the White House?