I’ve been doing more thinking about the idea of impeaching President Donald Trump. After reading the Mueller Report, or at least it’s Executive Summary, It’s pretty clear to me that this President has acted in many ways that are deserving of impeachment and removal from office. The section about Russian interference in our elections during […]Read more "Impeachment!"
Last week I went to see the movie “Apollo 11”, which consisted entirely of old film from the historic NASA mission that culminated in Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin becoming the first humans to land on the Moon. It made me recall the sense of pride I felt for our country, and our world, due […]Read more "Making America better."
This is a different kind of post for me. I’m writing about something personal, which I really haven’t done up to know. Though my name is George M. Korengold, I didn’t start out that way. My last name at birth was Berger, as my father was named Sydney Leon Berger (my mother was Edna Gerler, […]Read more "Calling all Bergers"
A few days ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made a public statement that she currently isn’t in favor of impeaching President Trump, and won’t be so unless there is overwhelming evidence against him. She made it pretty clear, in her answer to a further question that she feels, as I certainly do, that Trump is […]Read more "The question of impeachment"
I just wanted to write a few words about the long-expected report from Robert Mueller and his team. I’m certainly one who’s hoping for revelations of serious wrongdoings by Donald Trump and everyone who’s connected to him, that will hopefully be the beginning of the end for his horrible Presidency. However, whatever “side” you’re on, […]Read more "The Mueller Report"
As a lifelong Democrat who thinks that the continued Presidency of Donald Trump represents the worst threat to the continued health of our country in every way, I think there’s nothing more important, assuming he lasts in the job until the next election, than replacing Trump as President in the 2020 election. I’ve been thinking […]Read more "Thinking about 2020"
As someone who’s had a lifelong interest in all things astronomical, today was very exciting! At around 12:30 A.M. or so, we learned that the New Horizon spacecraft successfully performed it’s fly-by of the wonderfully-named object called “Ultima Thule”, a Kuiper Belt Object more than 4 billion miles from the Sun. The first blurry photos […]Read more "Stars and such"