Yesterday, I shared my thoughts on President Joe Biden’s inaugural address. Below are my annotations to the excerpts I highlighted yesterday, which I think are worth remembering and discussing at greater length.(more…)
Joe Biden’s inaugural address was one filled with sincere hope and held a sincere call for unity. And it also offered a realistic view of the challenges that Americans face today and the road we now have before us.
Here are a few lines from the address that struck me as important to remember for many years to come. Today I just want to reflect on them and what they mean. Tomorrow, I’ll offer some annotations.(more…)
Today’s presidential inauguration will be historic for a variety of reasons. And the entire world will be watching.(more…)
Tomorrow, Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America. And Kamala Harris will be sworn in as Vice President of the United States of America. She will also be the first woman and first woman or person of color to be elected to the office of Vice President in our nation’s history.
I’ll be tuning in to see the coverage of the historic event and hear everyone’s speeches and addresses. I’ll also attempt to continue to process a lot of what’s been going on over the past few weeks. To say that there’s been a lot going on lately in the U.S. is a gross understatement.(more…)
A week ago yesterday, hundreds of individuals formed a violent mob and entered the U.S. Capitol building by force in the afternoon as Congress assembled to address the vote count for the 2020 presidential election that declared Joe Biden the next president of the United States of America. I’m still attempting to process my thoughts and feelings around the unprecedented and terrifying event and what I witnessed. And all I can come up with at the moment is a list of images and statements that are forever seared in my memory and a list of questions and concerns to consider. I feel as if I am still in limbo, processing this event and what it means, as well as what it portends.(more…)
On Wednesday, February 5, 2020, the Senate will vote on two articles of impeachment brought against Donald J. Trump. They will decide whether to convict him and remove him as president of the United States. Or acquit him. (more…)
Thomas More’s Utopia was published in 1516, but its ideals are still relevant today, especially as Americans begin to consider candidates for the upcoming 2020 presidential election.(more…)