Tag Archives: Congress

Are Business Principles and Politics Incompatible?

Why are we so willing to accept so much less from the public sector? Business principles and politics have never been compatible much to the detriment of the public-sector. All one needs to do is take a look at how … Continue reading

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EMPTY SEATS vs EMPTY POLITICS

I’ve been watching the political advertising on TV by the various candidates, their PAC’s, and other support groups for the upcoming elections, and my question is “Why would you vote for any of them?”! The 7th District Congressional race in … Continue reading

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It’s Deja Vu All Over Again!

For me at least, the recent election was disappointing, and will no doubt prove to be more disappointing in the long-run. I hate to be a cynic, but once again nothing has changed, and our political leaders are busy positioning … Continue reading

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VOTE: None-of-the-Above

I finally opened my mail-in ballot today, not very happy with the choices, but committed to doing my civic duty and vote, even though I had not decided on most of the questions. The recent rash of campaign rhetoric and … Continue reading

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The Argument for Tax Breaks…. Or Not

I am becoming more skeptical about the argument over higher taxes for the “rich”. While it is encouraging to see and hear our so-called leaders apparently debating anything in the open, rather than behind their typical closed doors, it is … Continue reading

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