A Letter of Guidance to an Illiterate, Obsessive, Narcissistic Juvenile.

Most of us have known about the “letters of recommendations” outgoing presidents leave for their successors.  Though; I’ve neither heard nor seen any of the contents of those letters until now, my assumption was that they contain information not meant for the public, or contain reasons many of the promises the incoming cannot be met.  […]

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The Battle of the Kim Twins

Battle of the Kims As is the norm, I spent the morning yesterday catching up with the news.  The news is my heroin, with which I must have my fix before I can function throughout the day. Hopelessly addicted and frequently spending hours reading as many sources as I can find on any event, or […]

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The Antithesis of Democracy – Partisan Politics

I’m always completely amazed at the incredible foresight the Founding Fathers had and, even though it occurred through much dissension, often anger and always debate, finally formed the governing bodies of the United States in three separate functions – the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches. What a perfectly amazing understanding of human behavior, philosophical foresight […]

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The Rise of the Fourth Reich

To use the already excessively and often misquoted phrase “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it” attributed to the philosopher, George Santayana, rolled into one eloquent eleven word phrase which, in its true form; “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” denotes a far more sinister and dangerous impact.  A […]

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