The Writings of Mark Ricci

Author Mark Ricci

The Race to Flip States

The Democrats are trying to flip every red state to blue by any means they can because it seems that once blue, it’s very difficult to flip back. Certainly here in the People’s Republic of New York, the Democrats immediately… Continue Reading →

Impeachment is Over, Dems, Now What?

Reasonable people look at a failure and try to learn from it while putting it in their rear view mirror and moving on to the next challenge. Democrats suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome are coming off not a failure, but… Continue Reading →

Impeachment—The Left’s Latest Victim

On the eve of the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, it’s important to reflect on how we’ve gotten here and at what cost because the trail of American institutions laid waste by the Democrats is mounting. Right out, let’s… Continue Reading →

The Passing of Radio Legend Don Imus

Radio legend Don Imus passed away on December 27. For those of us who were fans, this is sad news. For those who were less than fans, they’re wondering how it took so long. Coming out of the depths of… Continue Reading →

Do You Hear What I Hear?

The past few years I have developed a mini-tradition of being up by myself through the wee hours of Christmas listening to Christmas music. During that time from 1 a.m. through dawn, I go through the Christmas Pandora music stations… Continue Reading →

Meandering From Writer’s Block To The Creativity Well

So the clever man thinks, “I’ve got a pretty severe case of writer’s block which means I’m doing everything at this keyboard from turning it over and burping it to get the Doritos pieces dislodged from between the K and… Continue Reading →

The First Amendment Does Not Grant The Right To Free Speech

Do you find that title a provocative statement? Are you screaming at your monitor, “Idiot! Of course, it does! Everyone knows that!” Because if you are screaming that, you are not alone. Millions believe just as you do. Those millions… Continue Reading →

Not What He Said But I What Saw Him Doing

In reflecting on Father’s Day and what my father has meant to me, I began to run through all the years we’ve been together. Through those almost 59 years, the deepest impressions he has left on me are not the… Continue Reading →

A Childless Man Holds A Newborn…Again

When you’re childless, the type of childless due to being an ignoramus who had the wrong priorities in life, the last thing you ever expect after you realize the utter stupidity of saying, “I never want to have kids,” is… Continue Reading →

Easter at Aunt Mildred’s

Like many of you, my family has fixed locations for holidays. They are different now, but growing up they went like this: Christmas and New Year’s at our house, 4th of July and Thanksgiving at Aunt Mel and Uncle Ray’s,… Continue Reading →

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