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An educated electorate is a politician's worst nightmare

What makes an expert?  You’ll hear most people talk about the knowledge base one possesses on a certain topic constitutes the making of an expert.  In reality, I just need to know one more thing about a subject than you and I instantly become the expert in the room. 504 more words

Day 44: Sweet and Simple Saturdays - There's an App for That (Pt. 1)

Day 44 Actions:

Happy Saturday to Everyone (of us not playing golf at our private business on the taxpayer’s dollar/time. So mostly everyone.)

Everyday The Resistance grows stronger and smarter. 265 more words

Reach Out

What is a Warning for Anyway?

Here is a follow up to the previous post.

The Congressional Record is available for the Warren – McConnell Rule XIX hubbub.  When a warning is given- let’s use a yellow card in soccer; the action has been warned.  149 more words

Random Thoughts

An Unlikely Yet Profound Kinship

Although Congress had been back in session since December 4, 1916, Emmett was still in Pensacola, with no plans to return to D.C. Emmett still had four months remaining in his term as Congressman from the Third Congressional District, but it is damn near impossible to be present when one’s already checked out — mentally, physically, emotionally. 814 more words

Florida History

Glenn Jenkins still fighting the VA over benefits after 18 years - All of his children have congenital defects

Glenn Jenkins of Venice, Fla. first walked into my life sometime in 1986. He showed up at the Gondolier newspaper office and told me his incredible story about being used as a guinea pig by the U.S. 742 more words

World War II