I’m all too familiar with the spiral Anne Wheaton describes here. The stress of the news, coupled with the kitchen repairs and impending divorce and new job and old job and milestone birthday…they all wrap around the next two and a half weeks. Why being separated from my kids has probably shortened my life. It’s Read More …
What’s changed in the 27 years since Anita Hill’s hearings? Victims of sexual assault finally have a platform to share our stories, and we will not be silenced.
This post has been brewing since the end of May, but I didn’t have the words until last night. Not until I sat through BlacKkKlansman, Spike Lee’s new Joint.
Here we are, almost all the way through the primaries.
So sometime in the last couple of days, this post (and artwork) circulated into my Facebook feed from several sources: https://www.facebook.com/SoYourACartoonist/photos/a.151448048245360.31062.151447094912122/1878942682162546/ and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ADobsonComicArt/status/1015023772838060032 I’d link to the image itself, except that would be stealing. Go check Andrew Dobson’s feed on FB or Twitter and come back.
Last week I got into a pissing contest with a couple of liberal fanatics who think the blue wave is real. I called bullshit based on what I’ve seen so far. They asked me to give a best guess scenario for the Senate, based on my research. The results are below, but before we get Read More …
Remember when I wrote this? “If you want the full picture, you can check out Endarkenment, the rest of the Aftermath or Dots series’ on my blog. I’ve been writing about this stuff for years.” It comes from Aftermath (Part 6): The Enemy of the Good…
I don’t think it’s a secret (at least not if you’ve kept up with my writing) that I am ethnically Jewish. In fact, though I don’t observe the faith of my ancestors, I am quite proud of my heritage as an Ashkenazi Jew.
Sometimes the articles I write come straight from gut instinct. This isn’t one of those posts.
I have something to get off my chest. Bear with me for a moment. I’ll get there.