A Picture Says a Thousand Words …. “🙄 This one, a cartoon, screams, #66 …. Ah …. Military Parades? 🙄 …. “!!


~~May 4, 4018~~ 


Ever since he returned from France and the Bastille Day celebration, the ‘Idiot-in-Chief‘ has expressed his desire and need for a military parade.

I don’t think my words matter.

The cartoon says it all.



“It was one of the greatest parades I’ve ever seen,” Drumpf told reporters at the United Nations General Assembly, two months after he witnessed the celebration of Bastille Day on the Champs-Élysées in Paris on July 14.

“It was military might,” he added.

“We’re going to have to try to top it,” he apparently joked to French President Emmanuel Macron, who was sitting nearby.

But it was no joke. Now he has ordered the Pentagon to prepare his own parade, “like the one in France,” as one senior military official has recounted.

However exorbitant the expense, it does indeed look like this might actually take place.




Steve Sack is an American cartoonist who won a 2013 Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning.

With Chris Foote he draws the cartoon activity panel Doodles and he is editorial cartoonist for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, where he started in 1981.



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Something to think about …. “Water, water everywhere …. and not a drop to “safely”…. drink”!!


~~February 13, 2016~~ 


Navajo Water Supply is More Horrific than Flint, But No One Cares Because they’re Native American

The news out of Flint, Michigan brought the issue of contaminated drinking water into sharp focus, as it was revealed that officials at every level—local, state and federal—knew about lead-poisoned water for months but did nothing to address the problem.

Under state-run systems like utilities and roads, poorer communities are the last to receive attention from government plagued by inefficiencies and corrupt politicians. Perhaps no group knows this better than Native Americans, who have been victimized by government for centuries.

In the western U.S., water contamination has been a way of life for many tribes. The advocacy group Clean Up The Mines! describes the situation in Navajo country, which is far worse than in Flint, Michigan.


Since the 1950’s, their water has been poisoned by uranium mining to fuel the nuclear industry and the making of atomic bombs for the U.S. military. Coal mining and coal-fired power plants have added to the mix.

The latest assault on Navajo water was carried out by the massive toxic spills into the Animas and San Juan rivers when the EPA recklessly attempted to address the abandoned Gold King mine.

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Something to think about …. “Your water source, Gov?!!


~~January 28, 2016~~ 


The Flint water crisis is a drinking water contamination crisis in Flint, Michigan (United States), that started in April 2014.

After the change in source from treated Lake Huron water (via Detroit) to the Flint River, the city’s drinking water had a series of problems that culminated with lead contamination, creating a serious public health danger.

The corrosive Flint River water caused lead from aging pipes to leach into the water supply, causing extremely elevated levels of lead. As a result, between 6,000 and 12,000 residents had severely high levels of lead in the blood and experienced a range of serious health problems.

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To start the day …. “Rachel Maddow: Town Hall Meeting in Flint, Michigan”!!


~~January 28, 2017~~ 


I’m an avid follower of Rachel Maddow. I started following her when she was on satellite radio in “Air America”.

I was intrigued by this woman who spoke so eloquently and seemed so informed about the politics in America.

Her nightly show is a must for me.

She was the one who broke this story and brought it to the attention of other news media.

I believe she’s done an incredible, invaluable service to the city of Flint and hence, to other cities in the US.

Last night’s event was informative, educational, exceptional and a milestone.

Kudos, Rachel!



Rachel Maddow’s Flint Town Hall Was Television Journalism At Its Finest

Rachel Maddow put on a display of what cable news is truly capable of with a fantastic town hall discussion about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

Maddow’s town hall was the anti-cable news. There were no raging talking heads placing political blame. Instead, there was a master plumber describing in detail the cost and effort that it will take to replace all of the lead pipes in the city.

(Total cost for each home roughly $10,000, and there are 30,000 homes in Flint.)

The town hall was not a political blame game, or an emotional plea for help.

In true Maddow fashion, the discussion from Flint was focused on the crisis and how it can be fixed. For instance, the doctor who discovered the elevated blood levels in the children of Flint, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, discussed the resources that these kids may need and how the parents and the community can come together to give the kids that were exposed the best possible outcomes.



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Rachel Maddow’s town hall featured the best experts on the Flint crisis talking about what has happened and what needs to be done.

It was telling that Gov. Rick Snyder was asked to appear at the town hall, but he never responded to Maddow’s invitation.

Maddow reminded viewers that thanks to Gov. Snyder’s city manager in Flint, the responsibility for the poisoning of a city rested with the governor and state officials, not the local politicians. Obviously, Rick Snyder knew that his bogus and untruthful buck passing to the people of Flint would not hold up under questioning, so he avoided Rachel Maddow at all costs.

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Rachel Maddow Visits Flint, Michigan

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~Rachel Maddow Examines Damaged Flint Pipes~


~Published on Jan 27, 2016~

Rachel Maddow compares normal galvanized pipes to Flint’s corroded pipes during the MSNBC town hall “American Disaster: The Crisis in Flint.”


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