President Biden, it’s a sign: time to move aside.
Category Archives: Election
Journal Entry: Work Smarter, Not Harder
Thirty years later, Meng is a millionaire—self-made and proud. Every time we see each other, he reminds me that he works smart, not hard, and that he learned to do that from me.
Shopping, Stereotypes, and the Double Standard
Whether it be 1993, 2020, or 1762, the double standard exists, as does the glass ceiling of power.
Are My Neighbors on the Fringe?
This backlash has been festering for sixty years, and now we are worried?
The Loss of Trust
What’s different? I no longer trust my country.
When You Wander, Everywhere is a Destination
I’m no fan of either political party, but the anti-maskers and anti-vaxxers and conspiracy weavers are not originals. Hitler used the same playbill.
Confessions of a 2020 Voter
No, he won. I’m crying for joy. You haven’t heard?”
From Russia with Love
A New York Times headline today stated that people are voting as if their life depended on it—and it does.