Thorona-in-the-Side Thursday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 25 February 2021

Back from my big debut, and what a Thursday it’s been! Precious Lindsey doesn’t understand why a major CEO wouldn’t understand why Precious Lindsey wants the Poors to stay in poverty where they belong. Sen. Thune doesn’t understand that the $6/hr he made as a kid would be $24/hr today. Joe Manchin doesn’t understand why people would need $15/hr. After all, his daughter only made $9,150/hour! White-wing conserbatism finds its way to Japan. Oooo, we have a winner!  Marjorie Taylor Gangrene Q-ball proves (again) she’s much more awful than we will ever be able to surmise. P.S. It comes as no surprise that Rand Paul, Libertarian Opfamolojiss, is a huge jerk.

I’m happy to note that we’re finished fundraising for February, which is amazing and wonderful. In the few remaining days of this month, if you’re able, might you consider helping me reach the halfway mark on my oral surgery crowdfunding campaign? This thing’s going to put me out of commission for a few days, at least, and it would be great to get it out of the way so I can start healing. If you can help, please go to my GoFundMe page. You have no idea how much Agnes and I appreciate it!

Moranovid Monday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 22 February 2021

Joe Manchin has apparently declater veto power over the entire Biden Administration. Yes, I know Neera Tanden is a horrible human being, but now that Manchin is muttering about another woman of color, can we maybe figure out his agenda? Sheesh! And in a surprise (not really) appearance, our little NutMeg brings the full-force moranity to our Monday!

Dr. Bill Obrien’s Virtual Civics, Monday, February 22, 2021

What’s a Wacko Bird? According to the Late Senator John McCain, it’s Ted Cruz. That may sound a little mean, but in truth it let’s you know exactly what’s been leading the GOP for the last few years. It begs the question, why is this the face of our nation? Discordance rarely leads to unity until after the deeds have already been done, and the fact is we as a nation are in sever discordance. If the last four years and recent events are any indication as to our health and welfare as a nation, we’re in a whole lot of trouble.  When we need each other in order to survive, and we do, why is it a politicians view is more important than everyone else’s mere existence? 

Come back tomorrow and explore these issues as well as many more with us here at the Virtual Center. We leave the stream on for you.

Dr. Bill Obrien’s Virtual Civics, Friday, February 19, 2021

 We discussed the implications of how government isn’t function properly when it’s representatives ignore crisis situations, like natural disasters, and leave their constituents to fend for themselves while going on a vacation. I’m not mentioning names, and he isn’t the only individual acting as if their care and comfort is more important than the people they were sent to represent. It seems Mayors have the same affliction in Texas, as well as other states, blaming people for situations that were made by design and not choice of the individuals. Now comes the question of why is this becoming a norm?

We’ll be exploring more of this question in our next program and hope you’ll join in the conversation as well.

Dr Bill Obrien’s Virtual Civics, Thursday, 18 February 2021

Welcome back! We apologize for our extended absence in doing a program and thank you for your continued support. While we try to maintain a schedule there are those moments that life throws in our paths and we have to detour for a bit, but we should be back to our normal schedule of Monday and Tuesday of this coming week.

Today we talked about the passing of Rush, the emergence of former President Trump from his silence post the impeachment proceedings, and the unpreparedness of states to combat climate change that’s putting millions at risk for life and limb in Texas. All in all we’ve discovered Pandora’s Jar and we can’t seem to get the stopper back in fast enough to keep hope preserved, but we try none the less.   

Titanicorona Tuesday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 16 February 2021

Sometimes it amazes even me how our community manages to be ahead of current events, but I don’t recall a back-to-back episodes manifestation. But here we are! What we talked about Monday came true on Tuesday. Also: why health care workers REALLY don’t have masks. Forty percent of the blood from the Dondemic is directly on COVID Caligula’s hands. 

As has become all to common, we’re falling behind in fundraising. No one ever gets charged for access to the program, but it sure would be good to not stay perpetually behind. We closed the program behind by $480 with a $50 dollar challenge on the table. If you’re able, let’s meet the challenge and at least fund Monday’s program.

Morona Monday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 15 February 2021

It’s Presidents* Day. We find ourselves contemplating the perfidy of forty-three allegedly American senators . . .wondering what comes next . . . and searching for some way to impose consequences for Nitwit Nero’s assault on our country, our Constitution.

*does not include Donald J. Trump. The “J” stands for “just another example of the operation of a racist anachronism from our hideous slavery past.

Moranovid Monday, Head-ON With Robyn Kincaid, 8 February 2021

“Put the chicken in the bag and no one gets hurt!” Maskhole covidiot moran steals chicken. No. Really. Q-cumbers celebrated Nitwit Nero refusing to disavow them. Vaccines less effective against South African mutation. COVID Caligula’s impeachment defense team can’t spell. Can’t lawyer very well, either. Pound the table, boys! Jen Psaki delivers terrible burn to Fox Roving Boy Reporter Peter Doocy. Ouch!  

Dr. Bill Obrien’s Virtual Civics, Monday, February 8, 2020

We’re discussing one of the most monumental moments in our history as a nation, the impeachment of a president who incited a mob against our sitting government, breeched it’s walls, and caused the death of it’s citizens.  It’s hard to imagine how far down the rabbit hole  we’ve fallen to end up at this point, but change and relief must come soon after four years on the rollercoaster ride that’s left us in the middle of an ongoing and seemingly ceaseless pandemic. We also discussed our ongoing relationship dilemmas we have with China and what it could mean for our future as a world power.

We’ll be live again this Thursday to review the beginning of the impeachment and be ready to discuss our thoughts on it’s turn out in the next podcast. We hope you’ll be able to join us. 

Dr. Bill Obrien’s Virtual Civics, Friday, February 5, 2021

The mercy and unity that the GOP seems to be extending to their own doesn’t seem to trickle down to the people. The cloak of a fiscally conservative governing body has been exposed as a very self interested group that doesn’t seem to represent a large number of people, just corporations. Relief for a nation that’s been steamrolled into a morally and fiscally corrupt pandemic, with a pathologically insane lack of planning, now wants to argue that a drop of rain can save a life on a parched desert. I suppose in their view we should just work harder, so where’s the jobs?