The problems with cheap labor.
Monthly Archive: July 2019
Symposium: Booker, Dano.
Symposium: With Elizabeth Warren, you have a candidate from a non-elite background, cares deeply about the struggles of everyday citizens, and one that rejects Trump.
Em is back on Wednesday Writs this week, tackling Bad Elk v. US and misconceptions about fighting the law. Also, some Trump news both good and bad, a Penn professor/provocateur, Katy Perry the Christian rap song thief, a tweet-worthy dumb criminal and more.
Odd boy out.
The problem with the two night debate format is with the front runner in second night, most of what happened here will be forgotten about come tomorrow evening.
Josh Hawley, like all ambitious men, is telling you who and what he is about. We should listen.
Symposium: The only thing we know about the future is that it’s going to be very, very different from the present. Andrew Yang knows that.
Symposium: The Sanders’ candidacy (and hopefully, eventual presidency) is an important step re-situating the Democratic Party as one built around the needs of working people and as a bulwark against right-wing populism.
Productive weekend. Fixed two doors, tore up some Davidiums and replaced them with Lilacs, cleaned the car, etc. PS: Why must interior door frames and hinge screws be so cheap? Both doors had the screws stripping out of the jambs. Had to take them off and pack the holes with epoxy so the screws would have something to bite into. I’m starting to think jambs should be constructed with T-nuts and use machine screws.
Symposium: Marianne Williamson 2020. It’s HER job to inspire people.
Symposium: Harris carries with her an opportunity that no other Democratic candidate brings: the possibility of beating back the white-nationalist/alt-right wing of the Republican Party
I have not given up on America or the American Dream. I never will.
You gotta try’em!
Symposium: We need reconciliation and thus we need a candidate willing to help foster that.
Symposium: Vote for the candidate who believes there’s a real existential crisis that has to be addressed.
I suppose by middle age it’s high time I started with Balzac…
As is usual with the talented folks of Ordinary Times, the results were varied, as great writers took up the cause of their candidate of choice.