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About Me

I am 54, retired teacher and illustrator, life-long dem., activist, union member. Also I do not use social media and I'm technologically retarded. I love dogs, rock music and swearing (alot).

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The doctor's letter declaring how healthy the moron is was dictated

by the moron, not the doctor. He told him what he wanted the doctor's report to say...astonishingly excellent health and extraordinary stamina. It is a fraudulent report. Dr. Bornstein did not write it.

Kathy Griffin takes back her apology to the moron.


PERFECT! Thanks.

Kelly called the moron an idiot and may be leaving by July.

I have a feeling it will happen before that. I wonder if he will even be replaced.

There's a real campaign for the Nobel Peace Prize to be

awarded to the moron for making peace with N. Korea. It is serious too...they were chanting it at his rally today. I guess he thinks that if Obama could get one, why can't he?

I found this great time line from Mother Jones

about the moron and his Russian connections. It is like a Cliffs Notes for the whole mess going back to the 80s and is easy to read.
And the key players...

A judge put a stay on Stormy's lawsuit for 90 days.

due to Cohen pleading the 5th. Her attorney is already making a filing against the decision.

Will this nightmare for the country ever end?????

This is really strange.

I have been using my android tablet for my computer needs and that goes for DU too. My Samsung tablet has had charging issues for a year and is a pain in my ass. It is a touchscreen tablet and I use it since I am sick, in bed a lot and broke due to med bills and I don't have a lap top. My desk top computer is for real stuff, like printing, cut and paste, etc. and is in my living area. Well, now I have to unplug it and stick it in my bedroom using a cordless keyboard and mouse. It is a completely different experience. The stuff on the screen isn't the same as my tablet and it is disorienting. Maybe I can actually post a photo now, of course it will take months to figure that out. I can see everyone's avatar and all sorts of other stuff that isn't on my tablet. I am undecided about liking it better or not. I am almost blind and I had to enlarge it until there are about 5 words that fit on the screen at a time. I can see everyone post total too. Yes, this is weird and the jury is still out on the pros and cons between the two devices. I kind of want my familiar tablet back since it takes a long time to type and use a mouse.


The National Student Walkout is a nationwide protest of our leaders’ failure to pass laws that protect us from gun violence. Mass shootings happen far too frequently in America, and we as a nation have become numb to seeing the news. After each one, the same cycle takes place: the media spend less than a week on the story, politicians offer their “thoughts and prayers,” and nothing ever changes. But after the horrific massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, young Americans are taking matters into their own hands.

On April 20th, the anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting, American students will walk out of class and protest.

See if an event is being held near you. If not, start your own! RESIST! Peace.

Gorsuch sided with liberal judges today

in court ruling over immigrants convicted of crimes being forced to leave the US.

"The court's 5-4 decision — an unusual alignment in which new Justice Neil Gorsuch joined the four liberal justices — concerns a catchall provision of immigration law that defines what makes a crime violent. Conviction for a crime of violence makes deportation "a virtual certainty" for an immigrant, no matter how long he has lived in the United States, Justice Elena Kagan wrote in her opinion for the court.

The decision is a loss for President Donald Trump's administration, which has emphasized stricter enforcement of immigration law. In this case, President Barack Obama's administration took the same position in the Supreme Court in defense of the challenged provision."
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