Monthly Archives: November 2018

The nation has never been so divided.

Well, not in the last 20 years anyway. I mean come on. Divisions in the 90s were so deep that a President was brought to trial before the full Congress for lying about receiving oral sex. In the 60’s & … Continue reading

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Finding ways to revitalize malls.

Recreating what a “mall” is. So I kind of hinted at what some of my ideas for continuing to make improvements to the Washington and 10th street corridors on the east side of Indianapolis…. and that is the subject of … Continue reading

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Continuing the redevelopment of the east side of Indianapolis

Developing East Indianapolis If you take up reading this blog regularly, you will find that I love my home town of Indianapolis. You will also find that I love the east side of Indy. As a direct result of that, … Continue reading

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Race Relations and White Privilege.

So I have run across this conversation a lot lately…and it gets pretty weird sometimes. But before I dive into my thoughts on the subject, I have to disclose that I am a CIS White Male. According to the press … Continue reading

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Update on the White House Press pass scandal.

A Trump appointed federal judge said that the White House has to let Acosta back into the press pool. Sop the first Amendment had a huge victory there. On the other side of that coin, the Administration is writing decorum … Continue reading

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The President vs the First Amendment

So a few days ago, President Trump went ballistic because he didn’t like questions from CNN’s Jim Acosta about his immigration policies and the use of US troops to police the border. There was some minor confusion on the floor … Continue reading

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The return of Relevant Irreverence

So after making some adjustments to my Real Estate website, I decided that the extra web space I am paying for could go towards me polluting the internet with my random thoughts, opinions, and ravings. If you look at posts … Continue reading

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