A Very Important #FPQ from E.M.

Photo by Life Matters on Pexels.com I was going through my emails, and I saw the most important question that I have seen for a while. The post included great information and education on real things that are going on in the world. If you know anything about me, you know that I use my …

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My Body, My Choice ~ #TruthfulTuesday

Photo by Duanu00e9 Viljoen on Pexels.com This week is a hot topic for Truthful Tuesday. It's an important topic that should be discussed, and there are always two sides to every opinion. Please respect mine. I am going to be writing absolute truths about my situation and my body. I will also be giving my …

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M is for Maya and Malcolm ~ #atozchallenge2022

For the letter M, I wanted to pay tribute to two of my inspirational people. They have taught me so much, and I continue to learn from their words even though they have passed on. They are Maya Angelou and Malcolm X. Image Credit: A-Z Quotes Birth: April 4, 1928 Death: May 28, 2014 (86 …

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Fandango’s What Would You Do?

Fandango over at 5.0 had a really good question after Elon Musk's offer to buy Twitter for 43 BILLION...Let me repeat that...BILLION dollars. His questions was: What would you do for the world if you had 43 billion dollars to spend on anything and, when your done, you’d still be a multi-billionaire? I am going to make a list, …

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Snarky Snippets, Volume MMCMLXXX [Reblog]

My friend, Jill, always has a way of saying the things that I am thinking. She always keeps me up-to-date with her posts, and I am so thankful that I am not the only one that feels that there were more pressing things to air on TV than Will Smith smacking the crap out of Chris Rock all day and into the night. I go on my social media, and that is all I see as well.

And you know what they say about the “shoulda, coulda, wouldas”… We need to see some “will, can, must”, especially when it comes to the prosecution of #45.

Filosofa's Word

Some days every bit of ‘news’ I read raises my hackles.  Especially these days when one actor slapping another at the Academy Awards is the major news story of the day … never mind that the Russians are bombing the hell out of Ukraine, people are fleeing and people are dying.  Never mind that we have a major divide in this nation that isn’t going to resolve itself any time soon and that is likely to lead to major chaos during the mid-term elections in November.  Never mind that schools are depriving children of an education and states are depriving women of their right to healthcare.  Never mind that the majority of states are engaging in unique ways to take away our right to vote, while Congress sits on their patooties whistling Dixie!  No … let’s just worry about a couple of actors acting like juveniles!  Grrrrrrrrrrr.  So, you get…

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Priorities [Reblog]

When I read this post, it made me want to get back to work on issues that need to be fixed and worked on in this country. Jill’s post below is a great list of priorities and so powerful. “We the People” is sometimes forgotten by all of the citizens of the United States, and we need to bring the people power back into the 21st century. “We the People forget that politicians work for us…including the President!

We the People need to do better at making our voices heard for people that do not know that their voices exist or will be heard.

The people are who the government works for, and my question for you is:
Have you found your voice?


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There just might be something wrong with our priorities when …

  • The United States Supreme Court, the highest authority in the land, refuses to step in to protect voting rights, women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, or other civil rights, but … they can find the time and energy to give a murderer the right to “be touched” during his execution.
  • On Monday, a Boeing 737 crashed in China. I got the breaking news on my phone in the wee hours of the morning, but later on I had to search for information about the plane and its 132 passengers.  There was, however, plenty of news about Justice Clarence Thomas being hospitalized for a non-COVID infection.
  • The United States Senate found it in their little cold, dark hearts, to pass a bill making daylight savings time permanent, thereby screwing with our circadian rhythms for the rest of our lives, but they could…

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The Week’s Best Cartoons 3/26 [Reblog]

Jill is sharing some very relevant cartoons again this week! The Clarence Thomas one was my favorite!

xoxo, E.M.

PS: Thank you, Jill for always keeping me in the loop!

Filosofa's Word

Let’s start this Sunday out with the week’s best political cartoons from TokyoSand over at Political Charge, shall we?  Many topics to tackle this week … the confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, the Russian war in Ukraine, fuel prices, the emails between Clarence Thomas’ wife and Mark Meadows … whew … it’s enough to wear us out, but the political cartoonists are at their best!  Thank you, TS!

Here’s some of the great cartoons I saw this week about the confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, the war in Ukraine, and more.

See all the ‘toons at TokyoSand’s Political Charge!

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