Marty’s photo of the day #2482: Here’s a great blue heron that I photographed in the Everglades.
Monthly archives for March, 2018
A news story in this morning’s paper reports that the Trump Administration has pledged financial support to states to start arming and training teachers. Aside from the plan being insane, I object to paying for the guns and training with my tax dollars. Republicans managed to write into law a provision that made sure that […]
Yesterday Führer Trump aroused his followers by endorsing the death penalty for drug dealers. He suggested that the penalty was appropriate because people die incidentally as a result of the drugs the dealers sell. Okay, but if we’re going to punish people with the death penalty for incidental deaths, we must be consistent and punish […]
Marty’s photo of the day #2480: “So let me get this straight. . . . Evangelical Christian leaders screamed about immorality and impeachment when Bill Clinton had an affair, yet when Donald Trump has multiple affairs with porn stars and brags about sexually assaulting others they give him a mulligan? Hypocrisy isn’t a strong enough […]
Marty’s photo of the day #2475: Greetings from Washington, DC! I have a show on Tuesday at Northern Virginia Community College in Manassas (a DC suburb). Here’s a photo of the United States Capitol that I took the last time I was here. If it looks strange, it’s because I captured the image at night, […]
Marty’s photo of the day #2474: Tomorrow morning, I’m heading to Washington, DC to perform a show at Northern Virginia Community College (in the DC suburb of Manassas). This will be my first time in Washington since the Patron Saint of Insanity and Corporate Greed moved into the White Supremacist House. It will be a […]
Marty’s photo of the day #2472: As a liberal, I try to avoid grouping people in stereotypes. But sometimes you can’t argue with their accuracy. For instance, I have neighbors who have been known to shoot off their guns in such rapid succession that I can smell the gunpowder more than a quarter mile away. […]