Dr. Anand Bhat, a friend, a former guest, and a supporter of Politics Done Right came into town for a short stay. We had some coffee and a chat at Starbucks. I think it is time to think out of the box to bring the necessary change to healthcare that encompasses more than Medicare for […]
I was out at the Starbucks in the Montrose area close to KPFT 90.1 FM preparing for my 3:00 PM Politics Done Right show. I had my headset blasting Alessia Cara — I love that young woman’s music — and took it off momentarily and overheard a man talking about driving for Uber and their […]
My Daily KOS readers had a fields day with my last article because I chose a direction most disagreed with entirely. That is what discourse is about.
Our communities would do well having more people like Ashley Mosley. She stayed in community where many have left intentionally.
It is amazing that a kid can change one’s immediate perception. But more importantly one should note what one can learn just giving them space to articulate their thoughts.
We must continue to expose Howard Schultz for what he has become. a clear and present danger to the poor and middle-class if elected.
The country needs new leaders. And it can’t be by those who have placed it on the brink of a virtual apocalypse. Millennials / Gen Zs are ready.
It is a small world. I think if we remembered that we would likely treat everyone civilly and with respect as we never know where lives cross mutual paths.
Centuries before two Black men were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks, capitalists met at coffeehouses to profit from the transatlantic slave trade.
My Starbucks friend Vickie introduced me to Peanut spiked Coke, so I thought after knowing her this long, it was time to get her on one of my blog posts.