To call attention to Trump's cowardice (one among many) of always blaming his failures on others, this weekend's thread is for songs with titles or lyrics about you, me, he, she, us and them. But mostly "him".
To celebrate the talented women who worked so hard to overcome the unfair and unrealistic requirements put upon them just to compete with men, this weekend's music thread is dedicated to women, songs about and by women.
We're about to enter 2020 and an unintended irony may be the country having a more perfect vision of the way things really are and of the future we need to head towards. So this weekend's music thread celebrates the coming of the New Year with a theme of songs about beginnings and endings, things new and old, memories and looking ahead to better things.
This issue isn't just about whether anyone can prosecute criminal behavior by a President while in office, it's about Trump using the Office of the President to help himself politically in what may constitute dereliction of duty and treason.
We will likely not get a ruling on Aimee Stephens’s case until at least March 2020. Meanwhile, we transgender sit and wait. And we wonder. And we worry. Will the highest court in the land of the free...finally rule that we are full humans? Or will they relegate us to permanent second-class status?
I will use this space, and my column, to bring light on issues concerning Social Justice where it relates to the transgender community, as well as share from my own personal journey.
Trump stated, "I'll tell you who the real racists are, those four intentionally non-white congresswomen who called me racist. Only racists would call other people racists so I'm calling them out as racists," Trump insisted in an accelerated circular logic that caused even adviser Kellyanne "Alternate Facts" Conway to become nauseous.
It's May 1st, May Day, so this weekend's music thread is dedicated to those who do and have worked, songs about working, jobs, and getting something done is what's working in this weekend's music thread.
If the United States Supreme Court were to have only one responsibility, I would have it be to protect the vote and the voter. But, the sad truth is that a highly organized effort to make sure that no vote is ever fair has plagued us almost from the founding of the country.
Between the Democratic primary polls, the stock market and the Coronoavirus, we're being inundated with all kinds of numbers. So the theme of this weekend's music thread is taking a break from worrying about numbers and instead turning numbers...