Category Archives: political scandals

Superbust

The Monday morning after the Superbowl is likely not the best time to be structuring a post – particularly when fulminating over what has to be rated as the worst Superbowl ever. Not to take away anything from the Seattle … Continue reading

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Politics As Usual – Only Worse

As a conservative I am not enthused about Gov. Chris Christie as a Presidential candidate.  Republicans never seem to learn the oft-repeated lesson that members of their Party who are willing to “compromise” with the Democratic machine and its Progressive … Continue reading

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A View From the Disenfranchised

Every now and then I discover something so well-written and complete that I decide to post it “as is” since I do not see any way that I could do it better in my own words. This is one of … Continue reading

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America on the Brink

The most recent (and highly egregious) violation of the rule of law by the current administration is its failure to implement on schedule the Affordable Care Act requirement for “small businesses” to pay a fine if they have over fifty … Continue reading

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The Pitiful Giant Staggers

“How the mighty have faltered!” Bears a certain resonance, does it not?  For many generations America commanded respect throughout the world, providing a quality of life for its people and those who chose to legally join them that was the … Continue reading

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Service, not Achievement

During my tenure in the U.S. military, I developed a distaste for the profligate employment of acronyms (second only on my “grump-about” list to the unfortunate tendencies of otherwise attractive young women to enunciate in the flat, nasal, honking tones that … Continue reading

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A Disastrous Misunderstanding

These days one can hardly examine the calamitous disarray in Washington without a deep and foreboding sense of dismay.  Seldom have we been faced with such a conviction that our governing body is adrift, ineffective and gridlocked while at the … Continue reading

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