Be a Twitter Hitter (Not a Bitter Critter.)

Twitter is the best of the big social media platforms, but you must do it right. Fortunately, you don’t need a doctorate degree in computer engineering to make the most of Twitter. This article has some basic recommendations, certainly not the last word, but I urge anyone who is new … Continue reading

Heal Racial Nightmares by Waking Up

I once wrote an article with the title, “Psychology, Not Politics Drives Human Affairs.” It dealt with something that ought to be obvious, but isn’t – that we spend most of our time dealing with superficial things while ignoring our deeper nature (which drives everything.) We devote our lives to … Continue reading

Ebola-Mania is in a State of Collapse

Shouldn’t we be chest-deep in Ebola cases by now? Fear-mongers whipped up a nationwide frenzy this year over a non-existent Ebola epidemic in America. It was entirely politically motivated. Incredibly, Rush Limbaugh and Michael Savage thundered that President Obama is deliberately trying to start an Ebola epidemic in America to … Continue reading

The Strange Realities of the Tea Party

“Tea Party ain’t dead.” That was the message following Eric Cantor’s recent defeat. And indeed they ain’t, except maybe intellectually. The Tea Party, for those who don’t follow politics, is a group on the right-wing edge of the Republican Party. They are Republican when it suits them to be and … Continue reading

Robin Williams, After Some Time for Thinking

Even if you weren’t Robin Williams’ biggest fan you could probably appreciate the phenomenon of high speed inventive humor that launched him originally. The imagination of the man was a force of nature. The quickness of it, and the length of time with which he could sustain that rapid unspooling … Continue reading