The partial government shut-down seems to have many people quite upset, although I am not one of them. If I did not watch TV, read a newspaper, or go online during these past 3 days, it would be impossible for … Continue reading
I visited several customers this month, and along the way I learned some interesting facts about how other countries are handling problems like the ones we face in the United States. In this post, I will discuss Greece, the first … Continue reading
It appears that the President’s State of the Union speech will deal in large part on the economy, budget deficit and sequester cuts. Commentators and writers will pontificate on the president’s proposals, and lively debate about what the Left and … Continue reading
It seems the Republican Party has decided to stop shooting itself in the foot, finally. With the announcement that Republicans will now support an unconditional 3 month debt limit extension, party leaders have finally made a smart move. This welcome … Continue reading
I came across an interesting factoid today concerning wasteful spending which epitomizes the Idiocracy known also as our government. Late last year, a Department of Justice report revealed that the Drug Enforcement Administration spent $1.18 million dollars to host a … Continue reading
Television news shows featuring Members of Congress from each party often yield little, if any, substantive dialogue. The dribble-drabble, hocus-pocus, mind-numbing, and highly partisan discussions, where Members talk past each other and interrupt each other incessantly, can get really old, … Continue reading
This post of another blog post gives us an update on the deteriorating situation in Europe. Click here to learn what America might face one day unless something is done to break Washington’s horrific addiction to out of control spending.