Scott Atlas shrugged, because someone has to be the anti-Fauci

@SWAtlasHoover, who’s pushed to reopen our economy prematurely, argued to rethink mask policies, & minimized COVID’s death rate. "This is the first time I've shared the platform" says @POTUS calling up Dr. Scott Atlas, an adviser to him. pic.twitter.com/eOP4tLTd2J — Steve Herman (@W7VOA) August 12, 2020 President Donald Trump announced the hiring of Dr. Scott…

This is someone America and Georgia can be proud of

Well, I can’t add much to these pics as they speak for themselves.  This is what humanity, love in action and real leaders look like.    He has done more in his lifetime for good than anyone I can think of.   This is a National Treasure.  He will be 96 in October.   We love you…

What if Bloomberg Buys the Election . . . For Someone Else?

Lots of complaints lately, here and elsewhere, about Mike Bloomberg spending hundreds of millions of dollars (pocket change for him) to try to, in essence, buy the Democratic nomination. But suppose he doesn’t get it? It’s often been the case that money alone does not get you a win in politics. (Trump was infamously miserly…

Someone Should Tell drumpf There's No Crying In Baseball, # LockHimUp

#WorldSeries Listen to the crowd chant #LockHimUp pic.twitter.com/k3J7C0LnEq — Luna Lovegood✨💥✨ (@LunaLuvgood2020) October 28, 2019 "Lock him up!" chants break out at Nationals Park, as President Trump attends the World Series on Sunday night – @albamonica pic.twitter.com/ymhzRSzhey — NBC News (@NBCNews) October 28, 2019 Ticket to game V of the World Series: $1000. Seeing 50K…

Individual-1 insults someone on his jury

There was Trumpian rage-tweeting at Senator Mitt Romney on the way to the golf course today. x Somebody please wake up Mitt Romney and tell him that my conversation with the Ukrainian President was a congenial and very appropriate one, and my statement on China pertained to corruption, not politics. If Mitt worked this hard…

Mourning someone important to me

He was born as Alexandros Vapheides near Piraeus in Greece in October 1934, meaning he was about 11 ½ years older than me. Until I read obituaries today I did not know that name. To me he was always Geronda,  Greek for Elder. His monastic name was Archimandrite Aimilianos. I met him 1981, during my…