Pop Goes the Culture First published April 2015 By Rod Eccles America and the West as well as parts of Asia, such as Japan and South Korea, have a real problem on their hands. It’s a problem that is growing. But nowhere is it more glaring and out of control than in the United States. … Continue reading POP Goes The Culture
Democrats claim that they are for the common man because they want the rich man to pay his “fair share” of taxes. While they claim this, it is interesting to note that Democrats have raised the tax rates on the poor and middle class far more often than Republicans.
I want Congress to take away my Health Insurance. Really. Originally Published March 2015 By Rod Eccles Here it is. The end of another January. The latest State of the Union Speech has come and gone. And as usual, at least with this president, we saw and heard a big child giving a demanding … Continue reading Congress Take Away My Health Insurance
Good vs Evil By Rod Eccles There is a new hit TV show on network television. Many of you have probably seen a few episodes. Even I have watched it with earnest. The Orville. It is basically a new version of Star Trek. This version, however, is not created by the famous Gene Roddenberry of … Continue reading Good vs. Evil
Utopia is Dystopian in real life. - Originally Published May 2017 By Rod Eccles This is a little different from what I am known for. Actually its very different but its still recognizable as all Rod Eccles. Last night, I watched the latest two episodes of the Hulu original series, Handmaid’s Tale. The series is … Continue reading Dystopian Utopia
American Pride - Originally Published June 3, 2017 By Rod Eccles Here we are in the month of June. June represents a month of pride for many. The Islamic holiday of Ramadan is this month. This is also Gay Pride month. Rather ironic that the two would cross paths on the calendar. But, obviously Muslims … Continue reading American Pride
There is an argument going on in Washington, D.C. that affects each and every one of us. I am not talking about Obamacare, although that does affect each and every one of us. And I am not talking about security issues such as the boarder wall or enhanced check points at air ports, although these, too, affect each and every one of us.