Dear President Trump, One of the most important lessons I learned from my political essay teacher last year is that it’s perfectly legitimate to create work that supports one’s own constituency rather than always trying to speak to everyone or attempting to sway those who don’t agree with us. Along these lines, I’ve been thinking … Continue reading She ripped him four new ones ~ for us
Dear President Trump, I wasn’t able to find the image Seung Min Kim referenced in her WP article this morning (“He also tweeted a clip featuring a mock magazine cover with signs showing him staying in office far beyond the two terms permitted by the Constitution”), but I tried everything short of joining Twitter. I’ve … Continue reading What will make a difference?
Dear President Trump, If you’ve not gotten this before, I’ll tell you plainly that Laura is a terrific finder. I see things that happen to pop up right in front of me and I regularly sleuth out what I need for paper and letter writing, but she actively searches out new stuff all the time … Continue reading Another wise woman
Dear President Trump, I took today off to have a breather between the Christmas holiday week and starting back to work tomorrow and it was definitely a good call. We got some computer stuff figured out this morning (really, Laura got it figured out – I just lent a bit of moral support), we got … Continue reading Symbols
Dear President Trump, How are you this morning? How are you doing holding your temper in check? I’m guessing the answer to both questions is something along the lines of “not so good” (sic). I bet you’re not doing so hot as you wait to see what Gordon Sondland has to say this time around. … Continue reading Proud “Never Trumpers”
Dear President Trump, It feels like folly to start a letter this morning on anything other than the first day of open hearings in your (very own) impeachment inquiry, but I’m betting there will be plenty of opportunity later in the week, or even today, to send you missives on that topic. What I want … Continue reading Compare and contrast: “She did what she could” and “Because he could”