Missed Milestones

  It is perhaps somewhat fitting that a couple significant blog milestones passed by me while I was not paying attention. I am generally the “wait… what’d I miss?” guy. It is somewhat strange to be both mildly oblivious and keenly introspective at the same time. But, I guess that’s me.   In addition, it […]

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Initial Thoughts to President Obama’s Speech Regarding Syria, Made After Hearing the Speech Only Once And Without Taking Notes or Referring To A Transcript Or Doing Any Kind of Follow-Up Research and Staying Far Away From Google

Initial Thoughts to President Obama’s Speech Regarding Syria, Made After Hearing the Speech Only Once And Without Taking Notes or Referring To A Transcript Or Doing Any Kind of Follow-Up Research and Staying Far Away From Google ​That was a little literary experiment I will call: Disclaimer By Way of Title. ​On to the goods: […]

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Betwixt Two Follies

Betwixt Two Follies ​I am in the mood for a short, grumpy rant. Though, I don’t want to be overly critical so as to come across mean-spirited. So, there will probably need to be some lightness and tongue-in-cheekiness here and there. But… not so much so that it comes across as detached or “ironic” (and […]

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My New Philosophy (*see Note)

My New Philosophy* (See Note) * (Note) By “My”, the author makes no actual proprietary claims to this line of thinking. By “New” the author does not mean to suggest measurable originality in this line of thinking. By “Philosophy”, the author is not implying any kind of scholarly import to this line of thinking. Title […]

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#WAR and Consequences

#WAR and Consequences   “Tact is the knack of making a point without making an enemy.” – Isaac Newton   “It’s not your business model that sucks, it’s you that sucks” – Andrew Breitbart   The Legacy      The world lost its famous Happy Warrior on March 1st, 2012. Andrew Breitbart cut his teeth learning […]

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The RightWay Ahead

The path to Federal fiscal solvency happens to overlap with the path towards national prosperity. That is fairly obvious when you think about it. If more people are economically self-sufficient, then the government has no business spending as much money as it does on social programs. (While it’s also true that even when there is […]

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