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Impeachable You

Last week I was logical and historical.  I left out that I was also ticked off. The scene reminded me of a child being brought before the principal.  “Now Donny, we have had a talk before.  When we found out … Continue reading

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Perilous Presidential Precedence

When the world feels a little crazy, I tend to look to the past.  If an event has occurred before, then we can get past it again.  The world survived the Spanish Flu, so there must be a way past … Continue reading

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Christmas Chorus of Cold-Calling Congress

Did you know that it takes almost two hours to leave about one hundred voicemails? After I called my family on Christmas, I had a large amount of free time.  I decided to watch the extended version of The Fellowship … Continue reading

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Update on Week 40: Representative Response

Not that many weeks ago, I called a few of my elected officials to talk about how much I dislike guns.  I did not feel like I made that big of a difference, but neither of my representatives was outwardly … Continue reading

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Trying Out: Calling Reps (Week 40)

Trying Out: Calling Senator and Representative (Week 40) (Yes, I am a little out of order.  We will get to 37-39.  But I am being topical today.) I do not like guns.  I do not like violence.  So, I did … Continue reading

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The Summer I Went Postal

My career path has hardly been a straight line.  I like to add in some detours, a few roundabouts, and even a bump or two in the road.  Such is the case with my brief tenure as a Casual City … Continue reading

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