The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: People who can’t make up their minds (we’re looking at you, Ted Cruz), Trump art goes viral, Elizabeth Warren, and white people voting.
Australian Roger Pugh in his latest “Letter to America” looks at the remaining U.S. Presidential candidates. It’s coming down to a choice between who is the least detestable.
I like Bernie Sanders and you like Donald Trump, can we be neighbors? In Wisconsin? Mike Magnuson examines some local history and tries hard to answer these questions.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin wonders where the art of typing went. Or interpersonal, face-to-face communication, for that matter.
America’s gun laws continue to be in the spotlight as an 11-year-old boy takes a gun and confronts a burglar.
Paris Portingale talks with God again and asks about the empires (all of them). God wants to know if Paris has spoken with Mathew Davidson yet. God doesn’t seem to be above collusion.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Cruz and Kasich drop out, leaving only Trump. And even though Sanders is surging, will he end up being Clinton’s running mate?
Mike Magnuson shared a bike ride with his daughter on their way to the location of a tragic shooting that happened a year ago at Fritse Park in Menasha, Wisconsin.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin reminisces about the radio show Loveline and how the new generation desperately needs its own Loveline.
Paris Portingale speaks with God again and asks him about smiting and learns an important lesson. Consider this a warning.