Carefully Following the Work of the Vice-President
Author: Tim Tyson
Tim was born at the end of the post-world war baby boom, was a child of the '60's, a teenager during the Vietnam War, and a young man when economics reportedly began to trickle down. Now, six decades under the expanding belt, he lives in a post-truth world: science and truth are just a passé inconvenience studied in last-century university. He reaches for his smartphone in a dumbworld to take a stupidselfie. [Fake camera sound] Oh! Well, that will never do! What's that app that removes wrinkles and blemishes? Never mind. He doesn't have to remember. He just asks Siri... He's a post-truther now! I'm just saying: he's got questions. Real questions. And someone really needs to look into this, really look into this... That's all I'm saying.
Seldom have we had a Secretary of Education more qualified to hold the position than Betsy DeVos. Just a few of the items on her most astonishing resumé that command the respect of parents and everyone in the education community:
This post is very detailed. It contains a great deal of heavily referenced information. I walk you through a lot of important facts. If you don’t need the details about why we should not support Betsy DeVos, you can simply read my ultra short: ¡Call to Action! post. Naturally, I’m partial to this … Continue reading
Tim was born at the end of the post-world war baby boom, was a child of the ’60’s, a teenager during the Vietnam War, and a young man when economics reportedly began to trickle down. Now, six decades under the expanding belt, he lives in a post-truth world: science
We would like to introduce a new author to PenceWatch.US : Steve Krodman. From his bio:
Steve Krodman spent his formative years in Massapequa, New York, a town that was also the home of Jerry Seinfeld, the Baldwin brothers, Carmine Gambino, and Joey Buttafuoco. He studied chemical engineering at Princeton University, receiving his BSE degree in 1974. Retired after toiling
In the first three posts in this series about Mike Pence’s masterfully crafted political advertisement to sell a morally indefensible Donald Trump to American church-goers1 we covered these broad themes:
Racism was pervasive in a significant number of America’s white churches, especially, but not exclusively, in the South of the 1800s and 1900s.
I’m still flabbergasted by Mike Pence’s quiet, gentle, and mild-mannered suggestion that a cohesive American church was the unified source that brought the nation together through the civil rights movement. He then called on this American church to embrace a morally indefensible Donald Trump.