2022

Lee Abrams: The New Mainstream

America appears broken on many levels.  In fact, the whole world needs therapy. The voice of sensibility is muted by the insane effects of uncertainty and unrest

The solutions to calm a crazed planet will likely emerge when institutions sync up with the realities of the new mainstream, led by independent thinkers with the knack of creating ideas that connect with the new mainstream.  Some will be discovered and corrupted by the traditionalists while others will stay true and find ways to create change that’s in harmony with the era. Maybe a few will succeed.  It’s the era of the big idea from the world changing Amazon’s or Musk’s to the more granular that merely change industries of all sizes

We’ll never return to the past but we sure can make the future more interesting with a chance for a return to mass optimism.

But we are in the time of average and an adherence to the old playbook being acceptable and even encouraged.  All in a period of massive change.  It’s why I use the term NEW mainstream.  The old mainstream is a relic of past decades that defined what is average, yet media, is living in and targeting the old mainstream.

We are seeing it in aerospace, technology, distribution and some commerce.  In most other areas, not so much.  Information presentation (news) and media standing out as being locked into the past.

Lee Abrams, Media Expert

For example, in news, without new thinking being generated, organized and presented, informational insanity creeps in:

Mindless conspiracy theories fueled by social media.  Some, if not most, are beyond ridiculous presented by “truthers.”  Low IQ theater at its finest

Magnet news sources that draw individuals that may skew a certain direction, plummeting into the extremity mode.

Lies. Plain and simple. Amplified by compelling presentations along with the magic of photoshop and other modern transformation tools.

Safe and comfortable presentation/production at a time when things aren’t safe and comfortable…sameness in an era of change. One solution resides in the new ways of presenting information…that connects…to the new mainstream.  New thinking.  New approaches.  Newness that touches the nerve center of the new mainstream.  Marrying extreme journalism with extreme creative and unafraid of reality — the good, bad and ugly is one way.

In whatever the endeavor, the barriers of tradition are mighty and well defended, but the possibilities are endless for those focused over the horizon.  2022 will be a good time to bend culture into the shape of now.

To learn more about Lee Abrams, click here. And Lee recommends these links to better understand the need for change in media right now.

 


WHAT JOE MANCHIN REALLY WANTS

None Dare Call It Treason

If you have been following the insanity of our government during the last six months, you surely realize two things. One, the rules in both the House of Representatives and Senate stifle progress. The current filibuster is being used to block deeply partisan bills. The majority party, currently the Democrats, could change or eliminate that canon but they don’t because they want to be able to use it when they become the minority. Two, any Senator can amass major power by using procedures to block their own party’s agenda. Is there anything good about that?

Joe Manchin has been acting the part of disrupter with a polite smile and soft shoe dances with reporters and party members. He has decided he must like the Build Back Better bill 100% before he will give his blessings. There is no compromise with Senator Manchin from West Virginia, and perhaps that’s true because he has a long-term plan, or someone else has a long-term goal for him. Someone wants Manchin to become our president.

Take this for what it’s worth, Joe Manchin is rich. Some say he is a five-million-dollar man. His campaign chest is full of gold and most of it comes from Big Coal, Big Oil and, specifically, Koch Industries. Joe’s state once made lots of money on fossil fuels but now, between the declining job market and a horrible opioid crisis, West Virginia has become depressed. Manchin might want to create the illusion that he’s more Republican than Democrat, but there are some major flaws in his strategy.

West Virginians would benefit greatly by the Build Back Better bill because it’s money and programs would solve many of their problems. Manchin talks about curbing inflation, which is a nice gesture, but the people in his state need the money and services now. I suspect his rap about inflation is for his donors not his constituents. Manchin keeps asking for less in the bill not because he’s being consistent, but because it keeps him on TV. Had he stayed with the number he presented in the beginning his routine would seem genuine, but his waffling is sabotaging a plan for things most Americans desperately need.

Manchin seems tone-deaf when holding up a domestic budget plan with talk about saving money for future needs like the Russian military buildup in Ukraine or China’s actions in the South China Sea. It’s almost like he’s being led by some dark Republican force to make Joe Biden look bad or weak.

Could it be that Joe Manchin has been convinced by Charles, the remaining Koch brother, that if he plays the game right Koch Industries will help him become president? A moderate who supports legacy energy sources would be perfect for a company that spends money to buy candidates and keep them loyal. They lean on their minions in Congress to stop anything they don’t like and they have the power to pass legislation that benefits their oil and chemical businesses. If you were looking for a “deep-state,” look no further than Koch bucks.

Joe Manchin showed his hand last week when he came out against the offshore drilling ban that Biden wants to put in place. Just think about this, West Virginia has no shores so how could that position help his state? It’s not for his home state, it’s for his bestie benefactors at Koch Industries.

I think Joe Manchin would be a bad president because he lacks the ability, will and moral core to be trusted. Oh, I don’t think he would sell secrets to the Russians, or Chinese, but I don’t think he’s for the people, He’s for Joe Manchin.

When Manchin blatantly came out against increasing the federal minimum wage, I wondered how can a guy who says he’s for making things better for the middle-class fight against them like that? I am no longer sold on his good old boy routine. He’s just another grifter politician who cares more about reelection than moving us forward as a nation.

If I was Joe Biden, I would call Manchin and tell him to stop with this shit, and maybe that’s what he did by issuing that scathing White House statement on Sunday. What that statement revealed, is that Joe from West Virginia is double dealing. “If his comments on FOX and written statement indicate an end to that effort, they represent a sudden and inexplicable reversal in his position, and a breach of his commitments to the President and the Senator’s colleagues in the House and Senate.” And they added some salt to the wound that Manchin has inflicted on his own party with, “Just as Senator Manchin reversed his position on Build Back Better this morning, we will continue to press him to see if he will reverse his position yet again, to honor his prior commitments and be true to his word.” What they are saying is that Joe says one thing to placate Biden, and another to get Fox News viewers root against Biden. There’s something very smelly about Joe Manchin.

Book for the Recovery – Build Back Better!

How to Hire Great People: Tips, Tricks and Templates for Success

Great companies hire great people. This short, easy-to-read book will help you recruit, review and refocus your new workers into the style and culture of your company. Motivating people to do great work will manage turnover and keeping good workers at your company will maintain your success. Employee inspiration makes a positive difference in our competitive world. HOW TO HIRE GREAT PEOPLE covers everything, including testing, training, tricks and tips. Follow this guide and you’ll assemble strong teams with smart workers, and you’ll learn some time-tested techniques about how to keep them. Kindle and Paperback Click Here

New Modern Art – Doodles and Cartoon Website

www.thedreamwindow.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another book you have to read:

We knew that the great divide in America would have a major effect on the presidential election in the year 2020, but something else was lurking that we didn’t anticipate. The world suffered a global pandemic of Covid-19, and everything changed. The lockdown motivated one author to write MASHED POTATOES: Covid, Cancer & Comfort Food. The cover ironically claims the book is a “humorous” recollection of 2020, but one might ask, “Where was the humor?” This is a work of survival to motivate those who desire to get beyond Covid-19, beat cancer and defend our precious Democracy.  Get it here.


WHY DO WE NEED A 1/6 COMMISSION?

Use the laws already on the books

All men and women are created equal, right? And all laws are applied equally to the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker, right? And should you be thinking we no longer have candlestick makers, look no further than the recent tornado disaster in Mayfield, Kentucky. It’s comforting to believe everyone has equal protection under the law and no high powers who break laws are treated differently than Tom, Dick or Harry. Unfortunately, that ain’t America, buddy.

I don’t need to review what happened in Washington DC on January 6th of 2020. We all watched it live on TV and have now seen countless videos from multiple sources that show us in high definition exactly what occurred. So, why haven’t there been more arrests?

Yes, some 500 people have been found, booked, arrested and charged for their 1/6 crimes, including Proud Boys, MAGA loyalists and members of an American and Canadian far-right anti-government militia they call the Three Percenters. Their name is styled in a variety of ways such as 3 Percenters, 3%ers and even III%ers, but their name is derived from the actual amount of brainpower they use in decision making. Okay, these goons have been given justice, but what about the perps who planned, promoted and pounded out the lies that led up to the riot?

As we are learning from the massive text dump that former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows released to the 1/6 Committee, it’s apparent that there were forces inside the White House participating in the promotion and planning of the protest that led to the Capitol insurrection. In a more perfect union, the motivators of the riot that caused loss of life while trying to prevent the solemn act of accepting the electoral votes would have already been arrested.

Those who urged the protestors to fight, an activity that goes far beyond our First Amendment rights, should have been arrested that very day. To my way of thinking, Mo Brooks of Alabama, Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump, Jr. and his old man should have been rounded up and tossed in the hoosgow. It’s clear we have two classes of citizens and we must hold hearings for the elite rather than charging them with conspiracy.

As people are subpoenaed to appear under oath in Congress, why must they go through an arduous process of committee actions, votes and political carefulness? If you or I did the same thing, just like the 500 minions who obeyed the orders of the orange-faced conman we would have already been tracked down and put in jail. Why not arrest the people who caused the riot? Death is death, crime is crime, and those responsible rats may never go to jail, but they certainly should not serve in office ever again.

Sean Puff Daddy Liar

The text messages and emails released by the committee this week do show that some pushed back, like Fox News “personalities” and inner circle and family members. They were urging Trump to do something to quell the riot, which in my opinion they are equally guilty of creating. Why are some Congresspeople’s names redacted in the evidence? Why this lack of transparency? We need to know which members of Congress were communicating with Trump and Meadows, whose text said the National Guard would protect the MAGA people the next day. Is this not evidence of treason? Mark Meadows shouldn’t be held in contempt of Congress; he should be arrested for seditious acts against the United States. Why are there two sets of books?

The QAnon guy who came to D.C. the day before the insurrection brought many guns and tons of ammo. He also sent a text message to his family saying he would kill Nancy Pelosi. He just got 24 months in jail. Why is Mark Meadows not serving time for plotting an incident to bring down the government? What the fuck am I missing here?

Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity, who were outed by the emails and texts they sent during 1/6, went on TV last night to say they’ve been consistent in their reporting on the riots, but with many qualifications. Ingraham said she was against the riot, “but it wasn’t an insurrection.” She wants to live in a denotative world but turns to the connotative dictionary of lies to present her defense. She’s full of shit.

As for Hannity, he’s always been so far up Donald Trump’s ass I am sure his blood stream is 90% methane. They speak no truth about the Covid vaccines, even though they had the shots. Similarly, nothing they say about January 6th it is truthful. I get it, they are carrying water for the loser and that’s on them.

Can we please get this behind us, America? Arrest the people who committed the crime, all of them. Don’t let one single asshole wearing a “Don’t tread on me” flag think they can shoot up a pizza joint or shit in Nancy Pelosi’s office and get away with it. We have fewer armed robberies in America because the penalty is tough. I live in Florida where armed robbery is a felony offense, and a conviction may result in life imprisonment as well as a $10,000 maximum fine.

If we only had caught him, we would have been tougher on that twenty-something guy who murdered his girlfriend, stole her van and quickly disappeared from his parents’ house than we are being with the perpetrators who tried to kill our Constitution. Why are we not arresting Mr. Meadows and making him answer tough questions? Maybe we should release him in a swamp and let an alligator bring him justice. After all, he is originally from Branden, Florida, the very same place where a large confederate flag flies along I-75.

It’s high time to stop the media frenzy. 1/6 is a crime we all witnessed. We know they were trying to overthrow the election; we have fat-ass Trump on tape asking for an election official in Georgia to do just that. Why hasn’t he been indicted?

When Steve Bannon and Mark Meadows say they will not engage with the committee because False Prophet Donald Trump told them not to, that is WITNESS INTIMIDATION, which is a crime. Will the Department of Justice please grow some balls? Remember, Republicans screwed the man running that department out of a lifelong job on the Supreme Court. Mr. Attorney General Garland it’s time to act.

Book for the Recovery – Build Back Better!

How to Hire Great People: Tips, Tricks and Templates for Success

Great companies hire great people. This short, easy-to-read book will help you recruit, review and refocus your new workers into the style and culture of your company. Motivating people to do great work will manage turnover and keeping good workers at your company will maintain your success. Employee inspiration makes a positive difference in our competitive world. HOW TO HIRE GREAT PEOPLE covers everything, including testing, training, tricks and tips. Follow this guide and you’ll assemble strong teams with smart workers, and you’ll learn some time-tested techniques about how to keep them. Kindle and Paperback Click Here

New Modern Art – Doodles and Cartoon Website

www.thedreamwindow.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another book you have to read:

We knew that the great divide in America would have a major effect on the presidential election in the year 2020, but something else was lurking that we didn’t anticipate. The world suffered a global pandemic of Covid-19, and everything changed. The lockdown motivated one author to write MASHED POTATOES: Covid, Cancer & Comfort Food. The cover ironically claims the book is a “humorous” recollection of 2020, but one might ask, “Where was the humor?” This is a work of survival to motivate those who desire to get beyond Covid-19, beat cancer and defend our precious Democracy.  Get it here.

 

 


BAD PARENTS, BAD RESULTS

Does it Start with Participation Trophies?

I never trust the advice a childless person offers about raising kids. Yes, that seems logical, but many of our child “experts” have never birthed, raised, or dealt with kids in any way. A child is a major responsibility, and after having four of them I consider myself extremely lucky. First, most of, my kids turned out to be perfect (canned sitcom laughter) and second, knock on wood, I have never had to turn one of my kids in to the police.

What happened at Oxford High School in Michigan this past week was caused by the confluence of a severely troubled child of fifteen years of age, his enabling parents and an inept school which, like most, is incapable of managing a worst-case scenario. As this case unfolds, we will hear how each part of that linkage failed. There will be protests and lawsuits while the press lambasts the system and the people, but no one will even scratch the surface of a bigger problem –– participation trophies.

I am sure you are asking what trophies have to do with this case. Let me explain. There was a time when we preached, hell, even Vince Lombardi was alleged to have said, “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing,” but he wasn’t the first person to say it. The statement should be attributed to UCLA Bruins football coach Henry Russell (“Red”) Sanders. This is not a recent quote, it’s from the 1930s when America was smack dab in the middle of two World Wars. Men were expected to be tough, to fight to win and, when facing a loss, take it like a man, congratulate the winner and get the off the field. In fact, the word champion means the last man standing on a battlefield.

Somewhere in the early 1980s, we started believing that everyone had to be appreciated and acknowledged for their contributions, even when losing. Someone came up with the grand idea of giving everyone a trophy to help their self-esteem. Great.

I was puzzled when seeing the kid’s room of a neighbor stuffed with of trophies and ribbons. Looking closer it became clear that young Johnny Smith was never on a winning team. Some of the ribbons said 9th or 11th place but most of the trophies were participation awards. Much to my surprise, the largest of the plastic medals said “Best Kid.”

Now I have no gripe against building up kids’ self-esteem and helping them develop confidence to go out into the world, but encouragement must never be based on half-truths or lies. I remember the day when one of my kids was singing in the car and I said, “Well, you’ll never have a singing career.” Mean? Perhaps, but that truthful line has been repeated back to me several times over the years and I always felt terrible. One might lecture you should never say any negative thing to a child, but I would hate my brilliant kid wasting her time trying to force a music career when her forte was writing.

I once coached a Little League baseball team and after a 20–0 loss said jokingly, “Well, that was worst game I have ever seen.” My joke didn’t land and one of the mothers complained, “When you tell them it was the worst game ever, they hear ‘You are the worst players’ and they take it hard.” I apologized to her and later in the season, when we won a big game, I told the kids they were the best. None of them went on to play high school baseball, but at the end of the season they all got participation trophies.

I have no doubt that James and Jennifer Crumbley are terrible parents. They gave Ethan, their fifteen-year-old child, a gun for Christmas. What kind of parents do that? What kind of mother sends a text to her son warning him not to get caught after he was found reading about ammunition on his phone while in class? Jennifer sent a “Don’t do it” text to Ethan after learning there had been a shooting at his school, and James rushed home to see if the gun was still there. The complicity of these parents only deepened when they withdrew cash from their bank account and holed up in a Detroit warehouse very near to a Canadian crossing point. What were they thinking? I am sure the border guards would have caught them because they were under an arrest warrant.

Maybe these parents deserve a participation trophy for trying to save their own butts, but they have scored an F in child rearing. Their lawyer said the gun was locked up. Okay, did Ethan have the key? How could Jennifer and James not have known there was at least some possibility precious Ethan had the gun in his backpack? I’m sure many questions will be asked about why little Ethan’s backpack wasn’t searched, but it’s too late for those he murdered.

Ethan was sent back to class, not because the parents wanted to help him but because someone would have had to watch him if he was sent home. Bad parents pass the responsibility of raising their kids to administrators, teachers and coaches, and bad parents keep telling their kid how great he is and brag about bonding with him at the shooting range. What are we teaching our kids?

Jennifer Crumbley is all about the glorification of guns. She even wrote a letter to former President Trump thanking him for fighting for her right to own and carry a gun. I am sure the former President bears no responsibility for the shooting, but he was an enabler of violence and a false prophet in so many other ways. So, time to think. What should we do about all this?

Josh Hawley, the idiot Senator from Missouri, has suggested we go back to traditional roles and values of masculinity and femininity, but what the hell does that even mean? Baby fascist Josh wants a participation trophy just for being a man. Let’s all give him a little pat on the head for making things worse.

It’s time to get the sick kids to doctors, and parents need to be more critical of their offspring. Stop boosting them up so much they walk around thinking their shit doesn’t stink. Emphasize what they do well and make damn sure they understand what they need to deemphasize.

My father would have been enormously proud if I had become a star on my high school varsity football team, but that didn’t happen. At 5’9” and 155 pounds, all it took was a 250-pound linebacker knocking me on my ass to convince me that being beat up wasn’t worth a participation trophy. I read a book instead.

Book for the Recovery – Build Back Better!

How to Hire Great People: Tips, Tricks and Templates for Success

Great companies hire great people. This short, easy-to-read book will help you recruit, review and refocus your new workers into the style and culture of your company. Motivating people to do great work will manage turnover and keeping good workers at your company will maintain your success. Employee inspiration makes a positive difference in our competitive world. HOW TO HIRE GREAT PEOPLE covers everything, including testing, training, tricks and tips. Follow this guide and you’ll assemble strong teams with smart workers, and you’ll learn some time-tested techniques about how to keep them. Kindle and Paperback Click Here

New Modern Art – Doodles and Cartoon Website

License to Kill (In America)
www.thedreamwindow.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another book you have to read:

We knew that the great divide in America would have a major effect on the presidential election in the year 2020, but something else was lurking that we didn’t anticipate. The world suffered a global pandemic of Covid-19, and everything changed. The lockdown motivated one author to write MASHED POTATOES: Covid, Cancer & Comfort Food. The cover ironically claims the book is a “humorous” recollection of 2020, but one might ask, “Where was the humor?” This is a work of survival to motivate those who desire to get beyond Covid-19, beat cancer and defend our precious Democracy.  Get it here.

 


WE CAN’T BRING THEM BACK

The maddening truth about school shootings

I’m certainly tired of talking about it but I will continue to state my case with all the certitude of a truthteller. We are all crazy and will continue to be crazy until “we the people” do something together, but it’s not going to be easy. As John F. Kennedy said, “(We) do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard, because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone…”

We have been postponing action against the curse of gun violence and school shootings for years. Some say that we just aren’t smart enough to find a solution. Others declare that the constitution is utterly sacred and we must stand behind the Second Amendment, even if it comes with the cost of our own kids getting killed. Still others exclaim that now is not the time to confront the problem. Really? We’re mourning the loss of more young lives, and this is not the time?

We might have a goal, but we are scattered. The other side is organized with money and power. We have no way to measure our energies because we haven’t done anything. We have nothing to show.

The breaking news bulletin hits and I look down at my phone to ask, “Was this that one or is this a new one?” CNN reports that in 2019, there were 45 school shootings in 46 weeks. The EducationWeek website states, “There have been 29 school shootings this year, 21 since August 1, 2021. A shooting on Nov. 30, in which a student killed four people and injured seven at an Oxford, Michigan high school, is the deadliest school shooting since May 2018. There have been 87 school shootings since 2018.” So, my friend, it’s not a hoax; America has a systemic problem. A murderous virus has infected our school systems and the bloodstream of education.

Ethan Crumbley

I watched a TV talking head say that authorities are thinking about charging the parents of Ethan Crumbley, the kid who killed in Oxford. Okay, yeah, let’s pour on some parental guilt, and while we’re at it let’s string up the gun salesperson and then heave lawsuits at the weapon manufacturer until they’re bankrupt. Don’t you see those are all stupid, unworkable ideas? We didn’t arrest the painkiller companies that created hundreds of thousands of addicts and, yes, that took the lives of some schoolkids. The CDC says that from 1999 to 2019, nearly 500,000 people died from an overdose involving opioids, including both prescription and illicit medications. Who was arrested, charged, tried, convicted and sent to prison for life? No one, not a soul.

Here’s my question. How did a fifteen-year-old kid in Michigan get an automatic weapon? The surfacing facts reveal the same pattern we’ve seen before. According to the Daily Beast, “Ethan Crumbley, a sophomore, was previously flagged by administrators for ‘behavior in the classroom that they felt was concerning,’ Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard said Wednesday. He was called in to talk with school officials on Monday and Tuesday. Then, his parents were brought into the school the morning of the shooting for a face-to-face meeting about their son’s behavior. Sheriff Bouchard wouldn’t say what the behavior was, and police weren’t informed about any potential issues prior to the tragic event.”

There you have it. They knew something could happen but did nothing to protect the other students. I always ask about metal detectors. Do schools have metal detectors? Should schools have metal detectors? Experts say that they don’t work. Okay, but we use them in many places, but the real problem, each door would have to have a detector and each security clearance area would need an armed guard. And educators think they would make students feel like they are in prison. Really? So, I guess being in prison is safer than going to school?

It’s been more than six years since terrorists shot up a movie theater in Paris, and more than 17 years since a mentally unbalanced fan obsessed with heavy metal music shot and killed former Pantera guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott and three other people during a show in Columbus, Ohio. Most sporting events and music concerts deploy full body searches and/or metal detectors to keep the high-priced talent safe. Why we cannot do this in our schools is baffling beyond belief. Here’s an idea, let’s put a mega-tax on every weapon and box of ammunition that goes into federal funding for security at schools?

While anti-gun activists focus on registration laws, which are farcical at best, everyone must understand that damage and death will ensue when a hormone enraged teenager gets his or her hands on a gun and ammo. America has laws that disallow teenagers to drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes because we know their immature brains often make bad choices. Texting while driving kills people but many kids do it, just like their parents. When it comes to kids and guns, isn’t it time we force their immediate role models to take some responsibility for what their metal has wrought?

I support freedom, rights and all the other things the Constitution says we must protect, but nowhere does it say that a kid has the right to carry a lethal weapon. Obviously, Ethan Crumbley’s parents did not lock up the newly purchased weapon. Did the father teach young Ethan how to shoot the gun? Why was there so much ammunition in the home? I have a feeling we will eventually learn that many things that were thought of as ”insignificant” were totally ignored. It’s sad that Ethan’s parents didn’t see he was a troubled child with revenge in his heart.

I keep a sign in my office that I used during a protest in Florida after the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. As you can see, it didn’t work and no one in America will ever ban guns.

One problem is mental health, but the reality of death is determined by a device. We either decide to control possession of that device or we’ll lose more and more freedoms, until we’re all carrying guns and searched everywhere we go. As I am going through my obligatory American grief right now, my mind is trying to render meaning out of this most recent tragedy.

The truth is we all are to blame. Perhaps one day we’ll have had enough to ask the one question I ask myself every day, what are we waiting for?

Book for the Recovery – Build Back Better!

How to Hire Great People: Tips, Tricks and Templates for Success

Great companies hire great people. This short, easy-to-read book will help you recruit, review and refocus your new workers into the style and culture of your company. Motivating people to do great work will manage turnover and keeping good workers at your company will maintain your success. Employee inspiration makes a positive difference in our competitive world. HOW TO HIRE GREAT PEOPLE covers everything, including testing, training, tricks and tips. Follow this guide and you’ll assemble strong teams with smart workers, and you’ll learn some time-tested techniques about how to keep them. Kindle and Paperback Click Here

New Modern Art – Doodles and Cartoon Website

License to Kill (In America)

www.thedreamwindow.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another book you have to read:

We knew that the great divide in America would have a major effect on the presidential election in the year 2020, but something else was lurking that we didn’t anticipate. The world suffered a global pandemic of Covid-19, and everything changed. The lockdown motivated one author to write MASHED POTATOES: Covid, Cancer & Comfort Food. The cover ironically claims the book is a “humorous” recollection of 2020, but one might ask, “Where was the humor?” This is a work of survival to motivate those who desire to get beyond Covid-19, beat cancer and defend our precious Democracy.  Get it here.