Thee, Not Me

Thee, Not Me The United States Senate approved a new Supreme Court Justice. Happens every few years, so its no big deal, except this time, the proposed appointee refused to answer the question: “Can you provide a definition for the word woman”. The response from our newest Supreme Court member: “Can I provide a definition,… Continue reading Thee, Not Me

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Unfortunate

Unfortunate A youth basketball game erupted into an all-out assault as one of the officials (he was officiating the game) who was attacked ending up in the hospital with thirty stiches. The head pastor of the church described the event as “unfortunate”. The pastor was quick to point out they had nothing to do with… Continue reading Unfortunate

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Work

Work As food prices skyrocket and the cost of other everyday items continues to increase it is only a matter of time before welfare benefits increase. Welfare is an old school term but for lack of a more simplistic way to say it, I’ll use it. It includes housing, food stamps (these are no longer… Continue reading Work

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Bring It Local

Bring It Local Policy implementation is often developed by lifetime bureaucrats who, once upon a time, were guided by leadership installed by revolving candidates. Once upon a time, Department leaders took the responsibility seriously and made every effort to keep the American people in mind as these rules were developed. Over time, as administrations came… Continue reading Bring It Local

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Good Candidates

Good Candidates I was reading an article that described an old democrat politician as smart and crazy. It was said with more words but the gist is the same. Democrat voters, and politicians, are not stupid. Some are, just as some Republicans lack enough illumination to cast a shadow in a lightless closet, but density… Continue reading Good Candidates

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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy The economy is similar to physical therapy (PT). They know how to fix the problem, but it requires a bit of pain and suffering. It also requires a change to the normal routine and usually requires daily or some other scheduled exercises. If the patient does not adhere to the schedule, the PT… Continue reading Physical Therapy

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Avoidance

Avoidance I recently read an article about charter schools as a panacea to our continued educational degradation. It is common argument and it fits many agendas. It showcases the bureaucracy of unions and the bloated administrations that accompany public schools. It suggests, at least lately, that most teachers are more concerned about using the correct… Continue reading Avoidance

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No Tide Change

No Tide Change The upcoming elections have promised, or threatened, a red wave and as has been noted in past posts, so what, what will change? The southern border may tighten up a bit and instead of a couple of million, it will be reduced to a few hundred thousand. Gas prices will eventually come… Continue reading No Tide Change

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What Agenda?

What Agenda? In addition to the leadership void, there is no platform. When listening or reading candidates advertisements, the bullet points are confined to how the Democrats (or Republicans) have missed the mark or how a particular issue is askew. The Democrats get blamed for inflation, the border, Ukraine, energy policy, CRT, and a few… Continue reading What Agenda?

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Leadership Vacuum

Leadership Vacuum For those of us that desire substantive policy change, there is a leadership void. The current Republican Leadership, at least from a layman’s perspective, appears to want to gently tweak the occasional policy. I, and maybe I’m the only one, want dynamite; many policies need to be demolished. Notice there was no mention… Continue reading Leadership Vacuum

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