Team Trump: Arrogance as a Virtue

April 27th, 2018

By Bob Gaydos
This surely is the worst Cabinet and sub-Cabinet in modern U.S. history, perhaps all time. It is a perfect reflection of Trump, all con, all greed and incredibly cruel to boot.

For Shame, America, for Shame

April 20th, 2018

By Bob Gaydos
There is no shame in the White House. So, too, with the Republican Party as it bows at the feet of Trump. There is no shame. No sense of decency.

Let the Games (and Diplomacy) Begin

February 10th, 2018

By Bob Gaydos
Maybe even a small thing like a shared women’s hockey team team is better for all Koreans than constant talk about missiles and nuclear weapons.

Connect the Dots: Women’s Time is Now

January 29th, 2018

By Bob Gaydos
This is not simply a revolution about sexual predation. As I see it, it is an awakening, a moment of clarity, a realization that what was does not have to continue to be.

Democrats: Stand By Your Woman

December 25th, 2017

By Bob Gaydos
Democrats need to take Gillibrand and women’s issues — including Bernie Sanders’ key issue, economic equality — seriously. They are all connected to the issue of men using power to “keep women in their place.”

Trump Launches Gillibrand Campaign

December 17th, 2017

By Bob Gaydos
It is #metoo and the rapid recognition of millions of women of the political power that is theirs, waiting to be harnessed, not exploited, that has placed Gillibrand at what may be a pivotal place in history.

A Gift to America from the U.S. Mint

November 30th, 2017

By Bob Gaydos
To celebrate the 225th anniversary of its founding, the Mint has initiated a series of gold coins depicting Lady Liberty as different ethnicities. Following the first symbolic African-American woman to grace a United States coin, will come Asian-American, Hispanic-American, and Indian-American figures, to reflect “the cultural and ethnic diversity of the United States,” the Mint said. How did he ever miss that?

Trump Shakes, Rattles and Rolls

November 16th, 2017

By Bob Gaydos
The point is — and his loyal supporters who see the emperor well-clothed ought to really care about this — if he can’t manage his own personal health with all the imaginable resources in the world at his call, how can he be relied on to manage America?

Facebook Has an Algorithm Problem

November 1st, 2017

By Bob Gaydos
“Automated reasoning” is not a substitute for good old, gut-instinct common sense. It’s the best way to connect people with people. Maybe people cost a little more than algorithms, but I think Zuck can afford it.

Positive Vibes for Negative Times

October 29th, 2017

By Bob Gaydos
Yes, actual factual information is vital, but that steady drumbeat of ignorance and arrogance at the center of most news stories today only seems to add to the great wall of negative energy engulfing our universal consciousness, making us act, if you will, as if we were all collectively unconscious.