The elections got you down? Are you frustrated that your candidate didn’t win? Are you stressed about the recount?
Relax! Relieve your stress and focus on a return to health and happiness with yoga.
That’s right folks, we are stepping away from political talk and talking to Meena, a NYC certified yoga instructor, who just happens to be my cousin.
Continue reading S2E7 – Health and healing with yoga
Denise from California calls in to go over the results of the 2018 midterms election.
This extended episode was recorded last night, but news keeps breaking on these races every day.
As we all know by now, democrats did not have quite the blue wave hoped for, but did well none the less.
The party took back the House and made major gains in the governor’s races nationwide.
Continue reading S2E6: 2018 Midterms Election Finale
In today’s podcast regular guest Denise from California mentioned 538’s wonderful podcast.
So we decided to feature it
here as well.
This is our last 2018 midterm election special before the election on November 6!! Go vote!
So where do things stand?
Denise reports on an interesting 538 podcast, while I give the break down from Center For Politics.
Continue reading S2E5: Where do things stand
This is a continuation of our 2018 election coverage.
We begin with my opinion that the national news media may have blown it by not reporting about an alleged racist man’s attempt to enter a church before shooting and killing two African Americans at a Kroger supermarket in Kentucky.
Would houses of worship been on high alert if they’d known?
Then I go on a bit of a tear regarding Jake Tapper’s “both sides” argument on last week’s
State of the Union .
Continue reading S2E4: Did the media blow it with Kentucky?
Welcome to season two of The World As I Like It To Be.
This is the first blog of the second season and we are on our third episode (can you believe it??).
But these special episode are our midterm 2018 election coverage.
I am once again joined by good friend and justice Democrat Denise from California.
While I normally look to keep the news of the day out of this coverage, but I could not help but start off this episode with several tragic stories from last week.
Fifteen bombs were allegedly put through the US postal service
by a Trump fan Cesar Sayoc.
Continue reading S2 Ep3: Murders and bombs. What to make of it all?
As the president continues to attack the New York Times and Congress in tweets
and rage at campaign rallies, Democrats fight for progressive values in the Senate and all over the country.
We continue, on today’s show, talking about Andrew Gillum and his mainstream progressive values, with Denise from California.
Continue reading Episode Twenty One: Progressive Values
The blue wave is coming.
It was primary day in Massachusetts yesterday and another political earthquake shook the Democratic party.
Ten term democratic Congressman Mike Capuano
was unseated by 44 year old Boston city council woman Ayanna Pressley.
The double digit victory is a political stunner like AOC’s in New York (although
some may disagree).
In today’s show we will be talking, in part, about last week’s primaries with Denise from California.
Continue reading Episode Twenty: The Blue Wave
On today’s show we discuss last week and this week’s 2018 primaries with Denise from California.
Continue reading Episode Nineteen: 2018 Primaries in review
In this episode we continue our discussion about the run up to the midterms with Denise from California.
Check out today’s episode here:
But before we begin, a friendly reminder.
Today is primary day in four states, so
do not forget to go out and vote!
It’s primary day in Connecticut, Minnesota, Vermont and Wisconsin. In Vermont, Christine Hallquist is attempting to make history by becoming the first transgender major party gubernatorial nominee in U.S. history. She is running in the Democratic primary. In Minnesota there are several closely-watched primary races, including one for Al Franken’s old Senate seat. Senator Tina Smith—who was appointed to fill Franken’s seat—is running in the Democratic primary against Richard Painter, a former White House ethics lawyer under President George W. Bush.
Continue reading Episode Eighteen: Midterms shaping up