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Recovering From Reagan

My regular readers know I tend to trace everything bad in this country back to Reagan. That might be a tad harsh; but only a tad. I believe that the strength of the country is its working/middle class and largely the unions built them into what they are today.

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Progressive Sweeping LVIII

I thought closing out November with a “sweeping” was as good a way as any, so here we go.

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Labor From Several Perspectives

Today is Labor Day. I could do some fluff piece and call it a day but I wanted to take a slightly different look at the working and hiring processes. I hope you will find it interesting. I know you will find it unique.

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THe Wisdom Of Two Fathers Extrapolated

My best friend in the neighborhood is my neighbor across the street. I’m a liberal Democrat; he is a conservative – certainly not crazy! – Republican. Long ago we discovered we agree on the overwhelming majority of issues; in fact, we think amazingly alike. Both of our fathers served in the Navy and I’d like to base today’s article on a saying each passed down to us. (Considering they were sailors I won’t be using direct quotes; some adjectives are best left out of this column.) One saying is: common sense isn’t all that common. The other is: I am the government. While seemingly divergent I assure you that I will weave them together and extrapolate a conclusion which you may or may not agree with,

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