Monthly Archives: August 2013

I Know, I Know; I found this interesting and couldn’t resist

I know I said August was the time to take a refrain from politics, and that remains so. And I’m trying to get back to posting more regularly, so here it is. I am reading less this month, but came … Continue reading

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Ah, Summer

We’ve hit the hot and humid dog days of August, and while I know we are suffering much less than our friends in Texas, South Carolina, or Oklahoma (not to mention the fires out west), I’m mostly staying in on … Continue reading

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Competence

We are 4 1/2 years into Obama’s presidency, and that is ample time to see the differences and similarities between him and his predecessor. When I look at the whole, what sticks out to me first and foremost is simple … Continue reading

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Politically Driven Recalcitrance

What should we make of this Politically Driven Recalcitrance? Gwen Ifill used that phrase on Washington Week tonight. How’s that for journalistic diplomacy? You’ve got all of those Blockers in the House of Representatives. They passed how many bills that … Continue reading

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