Random Samplings of a Logical Mind 2

By Lynn Woolley October 30, 2019 Who knows what weirdness lurks in the mind of a radical conservative?  That’s what a Random Samples column is designed to discover.  So, gentle reader, plod ahead… Can the United States survive a Democratic administration? My answer to that is implicit in the question.  No.  I shudder just listening […]Continue Reading

Random Samplings of a Logical Mind

By Lynn Woolley August 22, 2019 In a “Random Samplings” column, any subject is fair game. The Democratic nomination is down to Biden, Warren, and Harris. As candidates like Jay Inslee start to drop out, and others such as Bill de Blasio and Beto O’Rourke are fading, it seems to me that just three of […]Continue Reading

Tump, Coronavirus, and China

By Lynn Woolley March 23, 2020 If there’s one thing I’ve learned about Donald Trump over the past three years, it’s that when he says seemingly outrageous things, he’s often right. Case in point: Back on August 23 of last year, the President invoked a 1977 law to order American companies to – as he […]Continue Reading

Coronavirus Apocalypse

By Lynn Woolley March 15, 2020 It’s fist-bump time in America. With coronavirus now considered a pandemic and a national emergency, the age-old practice of shaking hands is fading fast. May it never return. Handshaking is likely the number one spreader of germs in the world – and has been for generations. Now that we […]Continue Reading