ON BECOMING ILLITERATE
If the definition of being illiteracy is “unable to read or write in any language” I am inexorably moving in that direction. In fact I can barely read or write now. I’m typing this as a Word document using 22-point type and a seven-power magnifier close at hand. I make lots of typos and despite using spell check some of them escape my being reminded what books matter to me rarely matter to…Continue
Those of us who pointed out what a malignant narcissist Donald Trump is were not wrong. So much of his seeming puzzling behavior is readily explained once we understand this is a very rigid, limiting behavior pattern his disorder has him trapped in.
Authoritarian leaders seek total control. He believes he has the power to define truth and reality. “Truth is whatever I say it is! My assertion makes it so!” followed by “If I don’t admit it’s real, it’s not!” Magic belief in the power of…Continue
MLK’s Continuing Challenge to America: the Need for a Revolution in Values
January 22, 2013
[I have been reposting this for several years on MLK Day because it remains timely and gets to the heart of America's dilemma. In 2015 American military forces dropped over 26, 00 bombs on Muslim-majority countries. Imagine our reaction if they had one that to us! Ye Americans persist in this fantasy of fake innocence:…Continue
The Republicans’ first step towards Making America Great Again:
Bye-Bye Obama care!
(Means: Bye-bye health insurance for 20 million Americans)
(Means: Bye-bye health insurance for 45 million aged and 9 million disabled Americans))
(Means: Bye-bye health insurance for 33 million children, 19 million adults and 17 million aged and disabled)
Bye-bye Social Security!
(Which 65 million…Continue