At least there is one person in the world that has suggested a sensible solution to our country’s lack of a Presidential Election candidate worthy of the votes of the citizens. She has offered herself and her immense expertise in government, and requested the voters of this country to write her in on our ballots … More Solution to the U.S. Election Dilemma
With the discovery made by BridgeAnne d’Avignon, a 12 year old and 7th grader from California, uncovering the fact that all of the U.S. Commanders-in chief, except for Martin Van Buren, our eighth President, are all linked to King John Lackland Plantagenet, known for signing the Magna Carta in 1215, it shouldn’t be too difficult … More The Next President of the United States is….
In 2013 a very talented American R & B singer/songwriter passed away after a long fight with Cervical Cancer. There was no fanfare, no resurgence of the songs she had written or recorded, and the only announcement of her passing was by a few media sites, on June 25, 2013. She wasn’t even mentioned in … More In Memoriam – Puff Johnson
Tonight brought the not only the Season 6 finale’ but also the Series finale’ to Downton Abbey, written by Julian Fellows and presented on the PBS Television Network. Although I can’t speak for every viewer and fan of Downton Abbey, I found myself engulfed in the characters and the era of the period they portrayed, … More Farewell to “Downton Abbey”
Last night’s Oscars night was three hours of lost purpose. Rather than shine a spotlight of those deserving an award, the show was over shadowed by racism and poor conduct of those less fortunate actors and actress nominated. In my opinion, I feel the Academy should have curbed all the hype surrounding the complaints of … More The Lost Night At The Oscars
A day off and you decide to go out to browse and do some shopping. Your in and out of different stores, stopped on the way to the mall to picking up and check out items at a yard sale you spotted, stopped at a service station and filled the car up, made a few … More Self Service Restaurants-What You Can Get Free
I’ve decided there are too many subjects worth blogging about. Too many topics put out there this week to determine which one may stir my frustrations or emotions the most. There are the weekly Presidential debates, Harrisburg wasting tax payers money determining the cause of the PA Turnpike mishap, Pittsburgh opting to host the Superbowl … More This Weeks Seniam Report “Hit List”
I’ve no idea how Federal, State or Local Government expects the citizens of this country to continue to survive in this country. All we ever hear is increase taxes in all levels of government. Just this week President Obama levied a $10.00 a barrel tax increase on oil. Another increase in expenses to be collected … More GOVERNMENT INCREASED TAXES-FOR THE PEOPLE OR THEMSELVES?
January isn’t just the month of resolutions for the year ahead. It can also be a good time to reminisce the days back when and now I wish I had the intuition years ago to ask my parents and grandparents, “What was it like when you was a kid? I remember the many times … More What was it like when you were a kid?
I recently had the chance to see a new film titled, 3801 Lancaster: American Tragedy, at the Convention and Athletic Complex here in Indiana, PA. I highly recommend this film to be seen by parents, high school students, pregnant teens, and anyone else that may be considering the possibility of abortion for whatever their reasons. … More 3801 Lancaster