Tag Archives: Senate

Scam Week?

For the second time in the Trump administration this is supposed to be infrastructure week. (The previous one didn’t accomplish anything.) Monday is the kickoff day of the workweek in America and somehow the Trump administration chose the same day to unveil its budget for the next fiscal year; for a publicity conscious President that is really a case of stepping on yourself. That is unless of course both the infrastructure program and the budget were scams. Let’s explore. Continue reading Scam Week?

Two Souths

Today’s story contains two lessons from two “Souths”: South Africa and South Carolina. The first will end up affecting you no matter where in the world you live. The second affects you if you live in America. Let’s explore. Continue reading Two Souths

Color Me Skeptical

By the time you read this the government shutdown should be over. That is a good thing. I am skeptical as to what it accomplished. Let’s explore. Continue reading Color Me Skeptical

A Retirement Plea

My coaching experience often influences my strategic political thinking. Going into what promises to be a close game there is a premium on not making mistakes and in the process beating yourself. As things currently stand going into the 2018 Senatorial elections the Democrats need a net pickup of two seats to take back the chamber. Unlike many other Democrats I’m skeptical. That being said I have not given up and see the need to “play a near perfect game”. It is with that thought in mind that I make today’s plea. Continue reading A Retirement Plea

Two S-shows

At noon on January 20, 2017 Donald Trump was inaugurated as President of the United States. On noon of January 20, 2018 the federal government of the United States was shut down in large part due to his incompetence. I’ve seen this show before. Let’s explore. Continue reading Two S-shows