Is this only May? How can that be? True, June is getting closer, but it’s not in any hurry that I can see. And then there’ll be July and August, just plodding along like they don’t care.
One need not be an expert to know that Donald Trump’s presidency, to date, has been a little shaky.
I sometimes wonder if cell phones, laptops, etc., will ever take over completely from television as we know it.
History has laid witness to the millions that have died as a direct result of communism.
I notice that Mother’s Day comes not a long time before school gets out for the summer.
Since the late 19th century, May 1 has been celebrated by communists across the globe as International Workers’ Day.
Something there is that makes things disappear, and then makes them reappear in unexpected places.
It has been nearly 170 years since German philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels wrote the second bestselling book of all time, The Communist Manifesto.
I’m glad some folks have reported recently that they’ve seen swarms of honey bees. I haven’t seen the first lone bee this spring, and I’ve been looking.
Watch out, St. Francis County. The Republicans are coming.