Bravo Sierra and Paying Attention

by baldilocks Earlier today I said this: It was in reference to Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) expounding on her experiences with weed, Tupac, Snoop, and time travel, but I consider it a timeless aphorism -- especially when we're talking about ideologues pandering to a desired constituency. Unskilled pandering happens all the time with politicians from … Continue reading Bravo Sierra and Paying Attention

Report from Louisiana: Spinning the 2019 Gubernatorial Race

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – The spin machines for the 2019 Louisiana governor’s race is hard at work. Already in the ring on the Republican side are Congressman Ralph Abraham and businessman Eddie Rispone, and a couple of weeks ago, to no one’s surprise, Governor John Bel Edwards has announced his re-election bid. Local political … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Spinning the 2019 Gubernatorial Race

The Times and Flyover Country

With its myopic view of flyover country, The New York Times has designated Wyoming as one of its 52 places to visit in 2019. The reason: In 1869, the Territory of Wyoming passed the first law in the United States giving women the right to vote. The state should be applauded for its acknowledgment of … Continue reading The Times and Flyover Country

Baseball Thoughts Under the Fedora on a Snowy Day, MLB on Pats, Rules, Tebow AAA, Nothing, Deaths in the Family & Washington ’24 Still in 1st

Snow is coming today so the best way to deal with it in my opinion is: Talk baseball! Spring Training is nigh and the MLB got started with a fun tweet to celebrate the New England Patriots win in this years superbowl The drought is over! After 98 days a Boston team finally wins a … Continue reading Baseball Thoughts Under the Fedora on a Snowy Day, MLB on Pats, Rules, Tebow AAA, Nothing, Deaths in the Family & Washington ’24 Still in 1st