Category Archives: Politics

The Dawn of GOP and Trump.

Here I am on the 9th of November contemplating an election victory that handed congress, the presidency and soon the supreme court to the GOP.  America looks like this to me currently: Dow Jones 18,300 my retirement nest egg value: … Continue reading

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Today’s talking point.

RFID Chip Now Being Issued In Hanna, Wyoming As Part Of New “Obamacare” Plan Read all about this at nationalreport.net!  Or don’t if you support a different view…… The point here is simple. The internet is a compelling tool. While … Continue reading

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Scenes from an election rally

The family went to the President’s rally in Milwaukee yesterday.  My daughter Erika who is ten and my eight year old son Alex were both excited to go and see our President talk. I think its important for children to … Continue reading

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Promises

Another metric used to determine a President’s right to a second term is the analysis of campaign promises made vs. campaign promises kept.  This is a difficult metric to gauge since many factors affect one’s ability to deliver on promises.  Remember … Continue reading

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Accomplishments

In second term elections, a president must ultimately run on his administration’s accomplishments and against the inevitable promise of “Great Change” from his challenger. …so, I thought I’d list a few of the more important ones. (Just a couple of) … Continue reading

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FEMA

Romney wants FEMA killed in favor of a State led response.  Who would you choose if you were on the Jersey Shore right now?

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A bird in the hand…

According to Zillow, my home value just went up 2%. My 401K is also worth something again thanks to a strong stock market. The American homeland was not attacked or terrorized, and the number of young Americans killed in duty … Continue reading

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What’s in a Smile?

It is sometimes interesting to look at what makes a political campaign.  Recently, the rhetoric has been over Joe Biden’s “Cheshire Cat” grin which somehow made him callous to the “serious issues being discussed”.  Yet here is Mitt Romney during … Continue reading

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Our Great Country

The voters in Wisconsin have spoken. Only history can validate or refute our collective opinion. Whatever else I may feel, one thing is certain. I feel proud to be an American. Our country accepts the people’s will as a fundamental … Continue reading

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Smart Meters and the Smart Grid

I’m sure that most of you have heard these terms, and I’m sure that all of the rhetoric has left you with some pretty distinct opinions on them as well, but what exactly is a smart electric meter and how … Continue reading

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