ReadViewThink 1-17-20

ReadViewThink – January 17, 2020 By now, you may have noticed my news reading interests span a range of subjects. When a child and young teenager, news didn’t interest me, so pleasure reading of fiction books was a favorite pastime. The only non-fiction read was related to school assignments. When I was eligible to cast …

ReadViewThink 1-16-20

ReadViewThink – January 16, 2020 Rain is falling in my neck of the woods, cleansing the earth in Nature’s way. Overcast sky makes for somber view through the window. The day is made more somber with the knowledge of a family member being in ICU as she waits for an upcoming heart surgery. Although a …

ReadViewThink 1-15-20

ReadViewThink – January 15, 2020 Before writing this paragraph, took a quick gander at a few online headlines and, as expected, many about last night’s Democrat debate. And there’s much ado about Elizabeth Warren not shaking Bernie Sander’s hand. Guess that incident will cycle through news for a while. Heck, it’s cycling here. LOL! Gag …

ReadViewThink 1-14-20

ReadViewThink – January 14, 2020 Foreign matter in left eye is lengthening time taken to do this blog post. Grrrr. Hopefully soon, I’ll get the eyelash or minute particle flushed out of my eye. Frustrating that I can’t see what is causing eye irritation. What a way for the morning to begin. Blagh! Good news …

ReadViewThink 1-13-20

ReadViewThink – January 13, 2020 I mentioned yesterday about an electrical outage. Such an inconvenience! But being without power for about twenty hours is nothing compared to people being killed or the extensive property damage caused by weekend storms across the south. Nor nothing compared to people and animals losing lives and habitats from fires …

ReadViewThink – 1-12-20

ReadViewThink – January 12, 2020 NOTE: Friday night storms caused electrical outage, so didn’t publish this blog post yesterday. The post below was compiled and written on the 10th. I don’t know about you, but the gargantuan amount of news covering the impeachment fiasco, the tragic plane crash in Iran, and the family affairs of …

ReadViewThink 1-10-20

ReadViewThink – January 10, 2020 When you read or hear about a ‘leak’ provided from an unidentified source, then the leaked information, in my personal opinion, is highly questionable; yet, should not be totally ignored. Leaked information, eventually, may be proven false or turn out to be legit. Over the years, I’ve seen leaked information …

ReadViewThink 1-9-20

President Trump showed great restraint by applying sanctions to Iran for the missile attacks. Yet, another missile attack, this time from Iranian-backed militia, occurred last night. Someone wants war, and it’s not President Trump. Who would benefit from war with Iran? Who did not want our President elected? Who has tried to get him out …

ReadViewThink 1-8-20

ReadViewThink – January 8, 2020 By the time this post is distributed today, President Trump will have spoken to the public this morning about last night’s Iranian missile attacks on a U.S. military bases in Iraq. There are many people in our country and around the world concerned about another world war occurring. Do these …

ReadViewThink 1-7-20

ReadViewThink – January 7, 2020 Another day of self-censorship. LOL! Do you realize how hard it is to curate my personal news interests?  I mean, look at any news site and you’ll notice the amount of information reported. Choosing the most meaningful news…to me…for posting here is not an easy task. Thank my mother for …