PUBLIC ADVOCACY: I’m mad as hell and ‘m not going to take it anymore!

For those of you who have not seen Network, I urge you to rent it, a clip from “the Famous Boardroom speech is linked above.  Paddy Chayefsky was prescient in 1976 and would have been appalled 38 yrs later.   The only question remaining is where do we see ourselves in 20 yrs? Commercial media … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: I’m mad as hell and ‘m not going to take it anymore!

PUBLIC ADVOCACY: a letter to my Readers/A call for action

Dear followers I am torn between what can be and what is ? For years I’ve been writing about Social advocacy, almost   30,000 visitors that I know of, have viewed my site, but I feel I should be doing more?  I will  continue to deliver all the news and issues and options that concern … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: a letter to my Readers/A call for action

PUBLIC ADVOCACY: A “Snarky “. assessment of national and local choices for “those in need”?

You can’t make this stuff up: it’s good to ” have friends in high places, they are called ” friends with Benefits”. Obama gives California drought relief after the Bipartisan Bill passed giving farmers Trillions. He stays in Palm Springs where the grass is lush and the folks use about 735 gallons of water a … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: A “Snarky “. assessment of national and local choices for “those in need”?

PUBLIC ADVOCACY: living life, one step at a time

Life is all about seizing the moment. There may be single highlights during our time here on Earth. But basically it’s the everyday stuff that propels us forward. The routines like getting up in the morning and for me, the mind dump. Writing whatever comes to mind without editing. It’s a great surprise. Sometimes my … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: living life, one step at a time

PUBLIC ADVOCACY: What happened to the Middle Class?

I can’t believe they keep asking the same stupid questions on the News. Why isn’t the Middle Class purchasing? Have they all forgotten they wiped out the Middle Class. They have no money. They can’t afford to spend on restaurants no matter how low cost. What doesn’t everyone understand. The Middle Class was the backbone … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: What happened to the Middle Class?