The Left

The game plan for the Left

June 16, 2017

The Left must not pile on!!!!! Trump is a sinking ship!!!!!! Lets proceed with care Even the Republicans must be looking for a way out!!!! Help them Make it a Trump loss!!!!! Not a republican loss!!! Work together with Republicans to rid the country of the problem  “””Trump””””

The Capitalism Test

July 27, 2015

  By David Glenn Cox       The US Congress recently voted to remove country of origin requirements from beef and poultry. Some would say it was just needless government regulation, others would answer, it’s a sign that the meat packing industry will soon be evacuating the American landscape. Just like the auto industry, […]

The Machine only Functions

May 13, 2015

By David Glenn Cox They don’t make movies in Hollywood anymore and they don’t build cars in Detroit. We are the last analog generation; we have witnessed more technological change in our lives than any other generation before…ever. And what’s even more important, we are the last generation to understand what the world was like […]

The Time Ship Enterprise

April 13, 2015

By David Glenn Cox A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away a child sits glued to his photon viewer. Entranced; watching a futuristic space adventure series produced in a studio headed by Lucille Ball. Talking computers with multitudes of flashing lights and hand held communicators able to talk to people in outer […]

Burnt Candles

March 8, 2015

By David Glenn Cox     I find one of the most interesting aspects of life, history and time, is in seeing the decades distilled, pasteurized and homogenized. Sanitized for our protection, the Vietnam War becomes “Full Metal Jacket” or “Apocalypse Now” the pullers of strings and profiteers are washed from the scene, leaving behind […]

The Left: “Letta Me into My House!”

January 20, 2015

By David Glenn Cox Everything happens for a reason or so they say. You never really can tell about it sometimes. Sometimes your memories change or at least your perspective about them changes. I was eleven years old and my parents had left me alone one Saturday morning, so they could run to the grocery […]

The Model is Mutated

January 8, 2015

By David Glenn Cox It was in 1969 when I first looked up at the Wrigley Field press box. A sign all in big red letters offered; Watch all 162 games on WGN TV. I was only twelve and it was summertime, so I tried. I knew the batting orders and pitching rotations, batting averages […]

The Left: Empty Playgrounds

December 11, 2014

By David Glenn Cox Age is funny, well not funny but a sort of double helix thing, passing and observing ourselves through strange windows along the way. This is the fiftieth anniversary of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” and I remember the first time it aired. Whoa, I have clear recollections of the events on a […]

The Left: Necessitous Opportunities

October 17, 2014

By David Glenn Cox The economy shows improvement in Northeast Ohio. But, I’ve learned from my travels and travails that whatever is happening on my side of town, doesn’t necessarily mean there’s any improvement on your side of town or even, three exits down the interstate. I do find it a strange coincidence, the improvement […]

The Left: Not Cool Anymore

October 11, 2014

By David Glenn Cox When I was twelve years old, I could look at another kid and tell their age on sight. Once I became an adult, I lost that ability. After having children, I could look at an infant and tell its age within a month or two, as my kids got older; I […]