By Tamara Enz Cynicism and sarcasm toward my country and its future are hard for me to get around these days; sometimes I trip over them in unexpected ways. This was clear […]
For some reason it’s OK to slap a bumper sticker on your car that identifies you as a “Proud parent of a US soldier,” but it’s not OK to be proud if your child is a teacher, a government bureaucrat, or a sanitation worker.
Now meet the nurse who can’t wear gloves It’s been a while since I’ve done anything especially Frank-goofy. I miss pulling weird stunts, like the Tell Me About It sign at Dupont […]
(Midtown Market, Brisbane, California 2017. See my other work here and here.)
Expansive, windy music produced by Arena Rock icons whose members for the most part grew up in an expansive, windy environment… “I was born upon the prairie, where the wind blew free, […]
The weary king of a used garment nation… An older gentleman dozing in his van while a summer breeze animates an American flag and the late morning sun illuminates the multitude of […]
“While 58 percent of Republicans believe colleges and universities have a negative impact on the direction of the United States, I sincerely doubt they feel the same way about their alma maters, their […]
I know, let’s update the “And then the murders began” Facebook literary meme to be a news meme with “And then the death threats began.” That’ll be fun, right?
Donald, Independence Day, a baseball game, and fireworks proved to be a recipe for cognitive dissonance.
Antarctica is cold. I learned that in grade school. The record is 128.6 degrees Fahrenheit below zero set in 1983. Did you know the southernmost continent is also a desert? I know […]