Archive For The “politics” Category
Yesterday in the midst of all the tributes and memorials and reminiscences I heard and read about the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, I kept trying to answer one question: What would it have been like if we had social media? It’s tough to really say considering the broadband speeds and [...]
If you are running for office, yard signs can be effective in marketing yourself as a candidate. A well-designed or memorable sign often makes a difference in a crowded race. It is not a coincidence that candidates with better signs seem to fare better. Here’s what your sign needs: Your name What you are running [...]
Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell tells her opponent “You just proved how little you know not just about constitutional law, but about the theory of evolution.” And then she asks where separation of church and state is in the Constitution. Sometimes I wonder if this is real and not some kind of absurd social experiment.
So, last night, Brian and I went to dinner at a restaurant near our house. He found a gift certificate in his winter coat. I love when that happens. Sometimes I’m tempted to stuff my pockets with goodies when I put my coats away just for that joy of discovery. Anyway. The table across the [...]
Today is the day we’re supposed to say things like “Never forget” and reminisce about where we were and what we were doing on September 11, 2001. I understand why the day is a memorable one, since even the 300 million of us who don’t live in NYC thought we were witnessing the opening salvo [...]