…state your case

Today many of us (at least according the recent poll numbers) are going to have to do something we don’t want to do. But in doing so will be being good citizens. No, it’s not an election day (yet), but the day of the rescheduled State of the Union address.


Tonight, President Obama delivers his final State of the Union address, and you as a responsible citizen will of course already knew this and planned on tuning in. Because citizens keeping themselves educated and aware of the goings on of great nation’s government is essential to the success of our democracy, but you already knew…

…state the union

Tonight we’re all presented with another opportunity to make our high school civics teachers proud and be good upstanding engaged citizens.

…address the state of things

As Zer pointed out, yesterday was indeed a very busy day. Whether or not you wept or rejoiced at the announcement of the Oscar nominees (Academy we will get to you at a later date), I am sure that you, as a concerned and aware citizen of the United States, or an internationally informed citizen…


It’s a big news day.  If you run out of things to discuss today, well, it’s your own fault. Last night, was yet another Republican presidential debate.  Today, Oscar nominees are announced.  Tonight, President Barrack Obama gives the State of the Union address. Of course, with all that excitement going on it’s easy to get…


I suppose I should be supporting such developments in communication through technology. I mean, I am complaining about people complaining on the Internet on myblog, which is of course on the Internet (wrap your mind around that one).