Tag Archives: Jimmy Carter

“Trump is our last president”

There are currently two sources to the TRUMP LAST PRESIDENT bromide. The one that’s famous is from Michael Moore, film-maker who  just released his anti-Trump film titled FAHRENHEIT 11-9. In the round of interviews leading up to the release, he popularized the scary (though credible) notion that TRUMP will not ever leave the WH. You […]

The search for a man on horseback

Noam Chomsky has just crossed a Rubicon. In a recent interview with Chris Hedges, Chomsky lays out his fears for the US and what is happening here: “I have never seen anything like this in my lifetime,” Chomsky added. “I am old enough to remember the 1930s. My whole family was unemployed. There were far […]

GOP treason–not a new phenomenon

You probably already know the story–46 Republican Senators co-signed a letter to Iran’s political leadership written by Arkansas’ own Tom Cotton. The letter essentially tells the Iranians that any deal they make with the Obama administration will not be acceptable to the Senate (meaning it won’t be passed), and would be overturned by Obama’s successor if […]

Cheap gas and economic collapse

  I was hoping to keep this short when I started writing it back in early December, but (to quote Ralph Waldo Emerson), “things are in the saddle and ride mankind.”  Oil prices have fallen off a cliff in recent weeks, declining some 45%. It has been a good time for motorists–and for the peak […]

SNOWHEAD JUNCTION: A play about the drug scene in Florida

A long time ago in a gallery far, far away I was a college student in Florida. It was in that weird part of the  late 1970’s when just about everything was up for grabs. The cynicism about the government’s lies (between the JFK conspiracy theorists and the Watergate Reality theorists) was borne out by […]

$22,000,000,000,000

Twenty-two trillion dollars. I thought I’d write it out. That’s not some random number I came up with off the top of my head–That’s the number from a study by the Government Accountability Office, and it’s their best guess of the money lost when the economy went off a cliff in the summer of 2008. […]