We are Getting Played

We are Getting Played To say the Southern Border is a sieve is an understatement and while all the Trump supporters would like to say he solve the problem, he didn’t. Biden’s policies have made it worse, no question, but where are they (I’ll call them alien’s) going when they are released? Who is taking… Continue reading We are Getting Played

Published
Categorized as Policy

Censorship

Censorship Not so long ago, this word was rarely applied to America but lately censorship is being encouraged. Open debate and discussion about the potential harmful effects of the COVID shot (notice I didn’t use the term vaccination) are merely the tip of the iceberg. Voting processes, school curriculum, homelessness, critical race theory, black lives… Continue reading Censorship

Published
Categorized as Policy

Jury Trials

Jury Trials I was watching the news the other night and a local jury was in deliberations deciding the fate of an accused murderer. In the thirty second clip, it was mentioned he was accused of killing women and kids and I thought they mentioned they were related to him. He did this over four… Continue reading Jury Trials

Published
Categorized as Policy

Setting Voting District Boundaries

Setting Voting District Boundaries Redistricting happens every ten years in conjunction with the census as part of its function is to allocate seats for Congressional Districts. Everyone should look at their respective districts. When you look at them, they resemble a Rorschach blot, not an organized structure. This is by design. Depending on which party… Continue reading Setting Voting District Boundaries

Published
Categorized as Policy

The Executive and Judicial Too

The Executive and Judicial Too Is your city or state perfect? Does it have great schools, low crime, great health care, and other attributes that reflect a great city? Most don’t, but we continue to elect executive branch leaders (Governors and Mayors) that refuse to make changes. They may tweak, but as to wholesale changes… Continue reading The Executive and Judicial Too

Published
Categorized as Policy

Primaries – Press for Answers

Primaries – Press for Answers Party candidates, on both sides, are carefully vetted and all understand the political game. I’m sure they are all good people. That is not the point. I want to know what they will do? How will they improve the Country? Will they demand a balanced budget? Will they stop federal… Continue reading Primaries – Press for Answers

Published
Categorized as Policy

Money

Money One of my first forays into policy debate made me realize policy and money are inextricably linked. This connection is part of what enticed me to want to learn more about policy. If you want to change policy, you need money. Want to start a new program to implement or alter policy, money is… Continue reading Money

Published
Categorized as Policy

Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)

Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) The lawsuit against a Houston hospital to force employees to get the vaccine is a bit frightening and a clear example of where policy, law and constitutional freedoms collide. When reading journalistic (the term is used very loosely) interviews with employees and associated articles about whether the hospital should mandate the… Continue reading Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)

Published
Categorized as Policy

A Different Perspective

“… don’t want no trouble” – Mr. Robinson (R- Lt. Governor, North Carolina) I disagree, and it pains me to say it. I listened to part of your speech from last week. I like the fire (great delivery!) and you and I would probably agree on most issues, but when you indicate some of us… Continue reading A Different Perspective

Published
Categorized as Vents