No one likes bad news. And if the saying “no news is good news” is correct then all news is, in fact, bad news.
I have to admit, even though it seems too early for Christmas (Ick! I said it!), I have experienced one of the few things I do like about the holidays.
By now, just about everyone has heard the recording of Donald Trump’s disturbing comments made to an Access Hollywood reporter in 2005. In summary, Trump told the reporter that when he sees beautiful women, he just starts kissing them. He’s a star, he said, so he can do whatever he wants. He can even grab woman by their genitals and there’s nothing they can do about it.
How about a quote to start off:
Apparently, marijuana legislation is controversial. I know this because everyone who read my last editorial warned me about the backlash I was sure to receive when I came to work Monday morning.
Some weekends it just doesn’t pay to get out of bed.
If someone you loved was ill, and there was something you could give them to make them feel better, wouldn’t you? If there was something proven to ease pain, stop seizures and bring back cheerfulness, would you give it to them?
Ah, ‘tis the season. I have never figured out if it is Hallowistmas or Christoween. It’s the time when you can start stocking up on Halloween stuff and buy an artificial Christmas tree and lights in the same store, on the same day.
In terms of transparency, the 2016 presidential election is seriously lacking.
Okay, I’m going to mention this once, get it out of the way, and hope that’s the end of it. But at the same time, I feel the need to say something. I begin with two statements: