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Of Cathy And Elise

Last week New York Republican Representative Elise Stefanik continued her stupid act. (I have every reason to believe that she is actually intelligent so I have resorted to using the word “act”.) Elise paraphrased Ronald Reagan asking voters if they were better off today than four years ago. I’ll take the liberty of a few days in my illustrations and then answer her question.

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The Management Test

This article was written well ahead of scheduled publishing in order to accommodate my travel plans.

My degree is in management so I thought I’d contrast the recent Democrats and Republicans on their management ability. Spoiler alert: It isn’t even close!

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Who Knows And What We Do Know

Timestamp: Saturday morning.

As of publishing date the United States House of Representatives has been without a speaker for 19 consecutive days. It appears that the earliest this situation could be resolved is on Tuesday of this week and that is a bit optimistic. The bottom line is that for decades the Republican Party is and has been incapable of governing. It is really that simple.

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SPECIAL NOTICE – RECOMMENDED READING ADDITION

I just added Doppelganger by: Naomi Klein to the Recommended Reading List.  This is not the straight forward book the title implies.  It explores life, especially in the pandemic era, from various perspectives.  In part, Klein again proves to be a “poor man’s Malcolm Gladwell”.

If it doesn’t make you laugh, shake your head and be frightened check your pulse.