Today I have much to say and insufficient space in which to express it all. Constraints in mind, here I go on a mission destined to fail. Continue reading Thoughts And Quotes
Tag Archives: Michael Lewis
SPECIAL NOTICE – RECOMMENDED READING LIST ADDITION
Earlier today I added The Premonition: A Pandemic Story by Michael Lewis to the Recommended Reading List. In it Lewis explores the ongoing pandemic and our government’s failures to swiftly address it.
He details the involvement of administrations from Reagan through Trump with disaster preparedness. The results are scary.
Kamala And The Cabinet
I expect a very interesting game of Democratic musical chairs to play out over the next few weeks. The main “ballroom” will be in California, not DC and the “guest DJ” in will be Mitch McConnell. Let’s explore. Continue reading Kamala And The Cabinet
The convergence of the pandemic and “Phase II” of my retirement has provided an increased opportunity to do more reading than I had planned on. (The main objectives of “Phase II” were to allow me to do more reading and writing. I’ve done a much better job on the additional reading.) I want to share four brief passages and an abbreviated version of their applicability to today. Let’s explore. Continue reading Passages
When Will This Be Read?
Both hands of the clock are about to point straight up on a sunny Sunday afternoon in the Raleigh area as I begin to pen this wondering when it will be available for you to read. Earlier this morning I went to the website to review my article scheduled for today’s publishing. (Self-editing is not recommended but my staff is composed of me, myself and I. Therefore checking the morning of publishing often yields typos that evaded me during the initial writing, editing and posting process.) When I tried to access the site all I received was a blank page. With that in mind I wanted to clear my notes with several comments. My plans are to schedule this for Monday morning posting. Let’s explore and I sincerely hope this comes to your eyeballs soon. Continue reading When Will This Be Read?