Category Archives: politics

Volatile markets and poor leadship

I haven’t been beating up on our President of late…because he does so much negative stuff that I feel like I am not being fair sometimes. The thing is, I am being perfectly fair, and I have no doubt history … Continue reading

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Todos somos Americanos

If you have been around here for more than 10 minutes, you know that I am beyond being pro immigration. The irony of my position, is that being a liberal in many respects…my formal position on immigration doesn’t make sense. … Continue reading

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Catching up.

Well it has been a month since I wrote anything here. With all of the chaos from the shootings over the weekend, I don’t think I can add much to that conversation. But the quick summary of my views is: … Continue reading

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An executive order on affordable housing.

So our President slipped something across his desk nice and quite about two weeks ago during a bunch of hub bub. The surprise of it, is this is something I think needs to be done. He followed the SOP though, … Continue reading

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Immigration

So during last nights Democratic Presidential debates, it was pointed out that many illegal immigrants pay into SSI and they pay property taxes. While the SSI thing is just as true as the property tax thing, I don’t understand the … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Congress

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Hill: I write to you today, to offer you encouragement on a couple of ways that I believe you can most efficiently do you work and improve our nation. I will begin with the Senate. … Continue reading

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Universal Basic Income / College Debt

So I am going to make some assumptions in order to launch into my idea for the day. The first is that the reader understands that college debt is a major issue, that a well educated population is of great … Continue reading

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The failure of charter schools.

So from the title, you can probably figure out that I am not in the pro charter school camp. It’s nothing personal, and even if they were more successful I would be against them. Why? Simply because they take funds … Continue reading

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Public defense.

Todays thought experiment was brought to you by Kamala Harris’s plan to expand pay for public defenders to equal what prosecutors are paid. Now I am sure that a portion of the people who stumble across this little blog of … Continue reading

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That was close.

So I sat down here today, and started to write about abortion. The reason for it is that three states passed rather draconian anti abortion laws in hopes that the newly conservative supreme court would kill Roe V Wade. Fortunately, … Continue reading

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