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November 15, 2014: Whom Do You Trust?

Today was a  philosophical show. According to Gallup, there are only three institutions that more than 50% of Americans trust “a great deal” or “quite a lot”:  the military, small business and the police. 182 more words


Show Details for the week of November 10th, 2014

On The Monitor this week:

  • Despite the Democrats shalacking in the midterms the Minimum Wage is Four for Four…in “Red States.” We talk to Peter Davis…
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Vote Or Die: The Myth of Unimportant Elections

Screenshot this for posterity folks, because this is a rare occasion where I’ll be spouting pure idealism. Today is Election Day in the United States, and while voting is not compulsory, history shows that these so called “minor” elections can truly have a monumental effect. 529 more words

Law & Politics


A trip to the dog park is usually a peaceful, relaxing experience – perhaps more so for Gracie than for me.  Most of the folks who show up regularly find that sports is the subject of choice and the mornings are replete with stories about how they “would have hit that eight teamer … if only (fill in the blank) hadn’t happened.”  This, of course, reminds me of the old story that if only the bull had teats he would have been a cow. 801 more words

America's Problems