If anyone understood the American working man or woman it was Studs Terkel. He listened and talked with them. Didn’t matter who they were, what they did, famous, infamous, or just another face in the crowd. The author, journalist, activist, historian, and radio host died today at the age of 96. Studs was always about […]
If I were stranded on an island today, I would want these three books at my side: The Martha Rules: 10 Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start, Build, or Manage a Business by Martha Stewart Meditations of the Heart by Howard Thurman (a collection of meditations and prayers) And Taking On the System: Rules […]
Apparently, someone’s trying to trip up first-time voters in Virginia with a flyer scam: the phony State Board of Elections flyer reads Republicans vote November 4 and Democrats vote November 5. (Third parties were omitted.) The flyer was spoted in Hampton Roads. First of all, we know election day for all parties is November 4th. […]
Over the past several weeks I’ve been sharing Voter Updates with friends and family on my personal distribution list with the intention of getting the world out about Voting rights and Protection. The Eclectique Citizen is now part of this blog with the intention of making the information more available. I do verify web links […]
Months ago I created my own South Park persona. It’s an interesting exercise in “know thyself.” I think this character emerged in the heat of the primaries. I didn’t get to visit the real South Park while I was in Colorado. Try one on! www.sp-studio.de/index.htm.