Daily Prompt Responses · Political and Social Commentary

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s Mandatory Drug Testing is Not Immoral, But It Must Be Done Right

Back in December of 2017, Governor Scott Walker, the current Governor of the state of Wisconsin (and once a brief rival to Donald Trump to be the Republican Party’s 2016 presidential election nominee), is apparently moving forward with his plan to implement mandatory drug testing for individuals applying for food stamps.  For some, including one… Continue reading Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s Mandatory Drug Testing is Not Immoral, But It Must Be Done Right

Daily Prompt Responses · Poems & Other Writings · Political and Social Commentary

My Pieces in Online Publications Up Until Now

Sometimes, I try to share with people my pieces to help them conjure up the image of me as a good writer.  No, not really.  I honestly want more people to see my work and give me their thoughts.  I desire to grow as a writer and I know that I need constructive criticism. So,… Continue reading My Pieces in Online Publications Up Until Now

Daily Prompt Responses

So, This is #Christmas

Every year when Christmas comes around, my family and I do the same thing typically.  We get together, take time to remember the Lord (because we love our Christian faith), open gifts, and break bread together.  We usually bounce between my parents’ home and my grandmother’s home (while also making the time to see my… Continue reading So, This is #Christmas

Podcast · Political and Social Commentary · THINKING IT THROUGH with Jerome Danner Podcast

The Republican’s #TaxReform Comes to Town

For every middle-income family that knows what it's like to try to make ends meet and for every hardworking taxpayer who has ever spent hours trying to navigate complicated IRS forms, this vote in favor of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is for you. https://t.co/JvEYtB3msN — Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) December 20, 2017 Finally, on… Continue reading The Republican’s #TaxReform Comes to Town

Podcast · Political and Social Commentary · THINKING IT THROUGH with Jerome Danner Podcast

A Bad Job Interview By Trump’s Judicial Pick Went #Viral (Leading to Him to Write a Withdrawal Letter)

Have you ever gave a bad job interview?  You gave terrible answers to questions, no answers to questions, or maybe revealed that you really did not have the experience or credentials for the job that you were interviewing for.  I think many of us can relate to this kind of a scenario. Sometimes, you are picked for… Continue reading A Bad Job Interview By Trump’s Judicial Pick Went #Viral (Leading to Him to Write a Withdrawal Letter)

Podcast · Political and Social Commentary · THINKING IT THROUGH with Jerome Danner Podcast

No More for Moore and Omarosa Out in 2018 (#RoyMoore / #Omarosa)

Alabama voted yesterday and it came out last night that Moore will be no more!  Well, at least, politically-speaking, his time is up for now.  Of course, he may not give up so easily since Doug Jones won by such a narrow margin.  Obviously, that is Moore’s right, even if it would seem that he… Continue reading No More for Moore and Omarosa Out in 2018 (#RoyMoore / #Omarosa)

Daily Prompt Responses · Poems & Other Writings · THINKING IT THROUGH with Jerome Danner Podcast

Needing More Wisdom for Myself & My Son and a Thought on Marriage

The older I get, more and more I see the importance of gaining knowledge, putting it into practice (in some way, if possible), and hoping that it blossoms into wisdom that I can share.  I really hope that I hold on to many things to share with my son.  To gain more knowledge is a… Continue reading Needing More Wisdom for Myself & My Son and a Thought on Marriage