Well, friends and fans.  I’m taking a break!  Yep.  Although I am still committed to my personal resistance work, I’m not going to be blogging about it for a while.  Until January 1, 2018.  Or somewhere around then. I’ve got a few personal and professional projects that are occupying my mind and time. And I’m … More Hiatus!

Does it matter?

As you know, I like finding little bits of validation for the postcards we send.  Here’s an image that Congressman Adam Schiff posted to his Facebook page last week.  I like this guy.  He manages to be serene, articulate, and direct – all at the same time. Congressman Schiff:  “As you might imagine, I receive … More Does it matter?

Civility and conspiracy

I suppose the progressive wing has always had its share of crazies.  Maybe I’m just now noticing it more keenly.  Although I’ve always been skeptical of conspiracy theories.  (Disclosure:  I don’t believe the government is trying to poison us via toxic emissions from airplanes. I just don’t.) But the steady rise of increasingly oddball and … More Civility and conspiracy

A resistance lull…

I’m in a Resistance Lull.  Calls to action from my various activist groups have slowed, and I’m not feeling super motivated.  But, I was unnerved by news reports that Democratic Senators are saying that constituent activity has slowed to pre-election levels.  That’s not good.   (I think I’ll call my Senator’s offices myself and ask … More A resistance lull…

Friday inspiration

I didn’t send any Thank You Thursdays this week.  I’ve been too distracted, enthralled, and mesmerized by the James Comey hearing!  (Sidenote:  If you haven’t read his opening statement, it really is worth a read.  It’s terribly entertaining and well-written.   Click here.) Some of you comrades seem to be down in the dumps and pessimistic … More Friday inspiration


I love finding little bits of validation of the value of the resistance.  Sally Yates, former Deputy Attorney General, was fired for refusing to defend Trump’s unconstitutional travel ban.  (Here’s the short, but interesting, article about her in the New Yorker.) I think I might have written her a thank you note.  (I can’t remember … More Affirmation

Thank You Thursday #15

Earlier this week, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu gave an incredible speech upon the removal of one of the Confederate memorials in the city of New Orleans.  This speech is beautiful and powerful.  Really amazing.  You must read it.  It’s worth the time. Mayor Landrieu has faced a hate-filled backlash for supporting the removal of … More Thank You Thursday #15