Keith Olbermann, #27 …. “On Behalf of America, An Apology …. #MuslimBan ….


~~January 21, 2017~~ 


I feel this is important information about what is ahead and what we need to be aware of.

Keith Olbermann series called “The Resistance” continues.

He has posted installment #27.


If this resonates with you, good.

If they don’t, just scroll away to the next blog.

Thank you!




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Donald Trump is our next president, which means Keith’s not going anywhere. Catch every episode of his new GQ show, The Resistance, and then come join the fight.


~~On Behalf of America, An Apology~~

~~Published on Jan 30, 2017~~

We are better than this


TRM – Trump Resistance Movement


We ALL are ONE!! 


At the end of the day …. “Saturday Night Live: Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton Town Hall Debate Cold Open …. “!!


~~October 17, 2016~~ 


I’ve been following SNL simply because of the videos that have come out on YouTube and the SNL Facebook Page.

They are simply hilarious!

Kate McKinnon is amazing. She had been ‘playing’ Hillary for a while.

When Alec Baldwin joined the cast, it became even better.

They did the first presidential debate, the VP debate and the second debate.

All to ‘die’ laughing!

Laughter is the best medicine, I’ve always said.

That’s the only way you can go through this incredibly crazy election cycle.

The best part was Mr. Trump response, through his Twitter account, to last Saturday’s skit!




Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton Town Hall Debate Cold Open

On Oct. 16, 2016, Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) and Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) take questions from undecided voters (Leslie Jones, Beck Bennett, Michael Che, Bobby Moynihan, Kyle Mooney) in the second presidential debate.



Saturday Night Live


~Trump’s beef with SNL is no laughing matter~

Nothing says Donald Trump has the judgment and temperament to be President of the United States like tweeting at 7:14 on Sunday morning that he thinks “Saturday Night Live” should be canceled.
But there was Trump, just 24 days before the election, composing yet another unhinged tweet as most Americans were still sleeping:

“Watched ‘Saturday Night Live‘ hit job on me.

Time to retire the boring and unfunny show.

Alec Baldwin’s portrayal stinks.

Media rigging election!”

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~~Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton Town Hall Debate Cold Open~~

~~Published on Oct 16, 2016~~

Time to retire the boring and unfunny show.

Alec Baldwin’s portrayal stinks.

~Donald Trump~


Don’t think so!


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MEDICAL CORNER …. “Oppositional Defiant Disorder”!!


~~February 28, 2015~~ 

I never had any children of my own. However, at this time in my life, I have been part of the care giving of four grandchildren. And I have learned a lot …. this is one of the issues we seem to be dealing with at this time. 

I’ve been researching and find it very surprising that, in spite of being in the medical field, I wasn’t aware of this disorder. I’ve never found myself in this type of situation.

As I search for information, it seems to be that there are many families out there who could be dealing with this disorder. 


~Oppositional defiant disorder~


Mayo Clinic Staff

Even the best-behaved children can be difficult and challenging at times. But if your child or teen has a frequent and persistent pattern of anger, irritability, arguing, defiance or vindictiveness toward you and other authority figures, he or she may have oppositional defiant disorder (ODD).

As a parent, you don’t have to go it alone in trying to manage a child with ODD. Doctors, counselors and child development experts can help.

Treatment of ODD involves therapy, training to help build positive family interactions and skills to manage behaviors, and possibly medications to treat related mental health conditions.


Sometimes it’s difficult to recognize the difference between a strong-willed or emotional child and one with oppositional defiant disorder. It’s normal to exhibit oppositional behavior at certain stages of a child’s development.

Signs of ODD generally begin during preschool years. Sometimes ODD may develop later, but almost always before the early teen years. These behaviors cause significant impairment with family, social activities, school and work.

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), published by the American Psychiatric Association, lists criteria for diagnosing ODD. This manual is used by mental health providers to diagnose mental conditions and by insurance companies to reimburse for treatment.

DSM-5 criteria for diagnosis of ODD show a pattern of behavior that includes at least four symptoms from any of these categories

angry and irritable mood; argumentative and defiant behavior; or vindictiveness
Occurs with at least one individual who is not a sibling
Causes significant problems at work, school or home
Occurs on its own, rather than as part of the course of another mental health problem, such as a substance use disorder, depression or bipolar disorder
Lasts at least six months

DSM-5 criteria for diagnosis of ODD include both emotional and behavioral symptoms.

Angry and irritable mood

Often loses temper
Is often touchy or easily annoyed by others
Is often angry and resentful

Argumentative and defiant behavior

Often argues with adults or people in authority
Often actively defies or refuses to comply with adults’ requests or rules
Often deliberately annoys people
Often blames others for his or her mistakes or misbehavior


Is often spiteful or vindictive
Has shown spiteful or vindictive behavior at least twice in the past six months
These behaviors must be displayed more often than is typical for your child’s peers. For children younger than 5 years, the behavior must occur on most days for a period of at least six months. For individuals 5 years or older, the behavior must occur at least once a week for at least six months.


ODD can vary in severity

Mild: Symptoms occur only in one setting, such as only at home, school, work or with peers.
Moderate: Some symptoms occur in at least two settings.
Severe: Some symptoms occur in three or more settings.

For some children, symptoms may first be seen only at home, but with time extend to other settings, such as school and with friends.



There’s no known clear cause of oppositional defiant disorder. Contributing causes may be a combination of inherited and environmental factors, including:

Genetics — a child’s natural disposition or temperament and possibly neurobiological differences in the way nerves and the brain function
Environment — problems with parenting that may involve a lack of supervision, inconsistent or harsh discipline, or abuse or neglect


Risk factors

Oppositional defiant disorder is a complex problem. Possible risk factors for ODD include:

Temperament — a child who has a temperament that includes difficulty regulating emotions, such as being highly emotionally reactive to situations or having trouble tolerating frustration
Parenting issues — a child who experiences abuse or neglect, harsh or inconsistent discipline, or a lack of parental supervision
Other family issues — a child who lives with parent or family discord or has a parent with a mental health or substance use disorder



Children with oppositional defiant disorder may have trouble at home with parents and siblings, in school with teachers, at work with supervisors and other authority figures, and may struggle to make and keep friends and relationships.

ODD may lead to problems such as:

Poor school and work performance
Antisocial behavior
Impulse control problems
Substance use disorder

Many children with ODD also have other mental health conditions, such as:

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Conduct disorder
Learning and communication disorders

Treating these other mental health conditions may help improve ODD symptoms. And it may be difficult to treat ODD if these other conditions are not evaluated and treated appropriately.

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~~Oppositional Defiant Disorder~~

Key Points

Steven Sussman, Ph.D – Child and Adolescent Psychologist

~~Published on Oct 16, 2013~~

Discussion with Steven Sussman, Ph.D – Child and Adolescent Psychologist Co-Founder of the Child and Teen Success Centers in NY and NJ


~~Oppositional Defiant Disorder~~

~~Published on Dec 4, 2012~~

Jasmine Pirtle


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