While viewing the inauguration, I was delighted that our new president gave, as Dana Perino so aptly described, a “muscular” speech. The media is, of course, criticizing his speech as “negative,” but I view it in an optimistic light. He continued, as he did on the campaign trail, to openly … Continue reading
I regret that I will be on able to watch the inauguration due to my work schedule. This is a remarkable, given that I write the schedule around here. Well, work gets what it wants. Meanwhile, I now I have a spare bottle of champagne for sometime, oh, say after … Continue reading
If you are anywhere near my age, you cannot hear the 1812 Overture without visions of the masked rider on that great white horse, bringing justice across the wild west. Accompanied by his Indian friend and armed with silver bullets mined from a secret mine (I wonder just how he … Continue reading
Jamey is a friend of mine from back when on Facebook, in the Gingrich and Tea Party wars of 2012. He’s going to the Inauguration. His son is an Eagle Scout! Jamey is our kind of people. He is prone to use recon by fire the way I do, so … Continue reading
Metcalfe’s Law is a concept used in computer networks and telecommunications to represent the value of a network. Metcalfe’s Law states that a network’s impact is the square of the number of nodes in the network. For example, if a network has 10 nodes, its inherent value is 100 (10 … Continue reading
Shocked that various Republicans can’t won’t whatever see their way to drowning ObamaCare in a bathtub. You don’t plan a replacement before you put out a house fire. You just put out the fire. But some people just want to see things burn.
A casual reading of political press this young year reveals a clear truth that previously was known to a select few wise seers, such as the author, and our assembled crew here at the last outpost on the right: Majority Republicans absent possibly Ted Cruz have no intention of repealing Obamacare; they … Continue reading
As we end the year it seems that many are anticipating great change in the future. I hear optimistic notes in voices about next year and beyond. I just finished a deal for replacing a pickup truck fleet for a client. They let the current trucks run until the wheels … Continue reading
Israel has been in the news off and on since its inception in 1947. The latest brouhaha comes from the UN, where a particularly onerous resolution was passed, without the United States vetoing it. ?So what all is happening. Perhaps a brief review of Israel’s history might be appropriate. Israel … Continue reading
This was funny. That is all. Merry Christmas and Thank You Ball.