Tag Archives: military

Acknowledge The Obvious

Notice: In order to accurately quote two individuals two different words that may violate my PG rating are used below.

Please read this with the late Maya Angelou’s words in mind. “When people show you who they are, believe them the first time.”

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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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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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Kevin, Vlad Said To Say Thank You

Thursday the House passed the $858 billion National Defense Authorization Act by a vote of 350-80. My advise is if your are going to read the 4,000+ page bill -which I doubt many of the 430 House members did – that you hold your nose while doing so because it stinks. I’m not talking about the money involved or the programs that it funds – I’ll leave that to other liberals whom I may or may not agree with – I’m talking of two (one totally unrelated) provisions that weaken America’s military readiness and democracy.

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306 And Other Stuff

Give or take a few minutes, it was exactly a week ago that I sat down in this same recliner to write last Sunday’s article. One thing has become clearer since then (outside the Donald Dome that is) and much is still subject to speculative deciphering.  Let’s explore. Continue reading 306 And Other Stuff