Monthly Archives: February, 2017

What’s Found by Science

I wrote this in anticipation of the April 22, 2017 March for Science. It turns out there are quite a few protest songs being written about the Trump Administration. It reminds me of the 1960s, and those politicians weren’t nearly so bad. Sing this to the tune of “The Sound Of Silence” by Simon & …

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SNAP: Critical Prop

Food stamps make life a little more livable for many people. Here are some facts about SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) participants. Participants Nearly two-thirds percent of SNAP participants were children, elderly, or had disabilities. 44% of participants were under age 18, 10% were age 60 or older, and 10% were disabled nonelderly adults. Just …

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A Lie by Any Other Name

Charles M. Blow wrote an opinion article in the New York Times on January 26, 2017 about lies told by members of the Trump administration and characterized as “alternative facts.” It reminded me of a sarcastic blog with the same title that I wrote over a decade ago about the kind of lies told by the …

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Hit the Road, Trump

Hit the Road, Trump (sing to the tune of Hit the Road, Jack) Hit the road, Trump, and don’t you come back No more. No more. No more. No more. Hit the road, Trump, and don’t you come back no more Donald, oh, Donald don’t you treat us so mean You’re the meanest old prez that we’ve …

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