Category Archives: Problem Solving

Reflections on 2017: Part 3… Trump Was & Still is “David” Facing Many “Goliaths”

The Goliaths Trump is having to deal with are huge in number. I compare Trump to David in the bible. He defeated Goliath, for the sake of his people. Some of the many Goliaths include the Democrats in congress, who … Continue reading

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Reflections on 2017: Part 1… Comparing Christmas to Other American Holidays

When New Years rolls around little time has probably been spent relaxing since mid November. Beside day-to-day living and working at jobs outside the home, hours have been spent on special planning for Thanksgiving. Then the Christmas season swings into … Continue reading

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A Glimpse Of Free Speech At Its Finest

I belong to two Think Tanks that work in tandem. I think they are both great models for how free speech can and should work. The tanks were created by a man who had a brilliant vision that is spelled … Continue reading

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My Thoughts On Trump & Why I Still Support Him

There have been many changes in Trump’s world. Some make sense to me and some do not. He has been fighting an uphill battle from the beginning. I think he thought his party would stand behind him after he won, … Continue reading

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Things Mom & Dad taught me in the 1950’s

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Photo from the 1950’s ‘Father Knows Best’ sitcom starring Robert Young and Jane Wyatt 1. My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE . “If you’re going to kill each other, do…

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Rob McPherson Hits The Nail On The Head When Talking About The NFL Only Being A Bussiness….And More.

I wish Rob was a blogger, but since he is not, I had to share his journalistic-style post. His research and views are a great insight on the NFL and some of the players. He graciously gave me permission to … Continue reading

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Kaepernick Missed The Boat With His Protests & Clones Are Following Suit

There are many issues the African-American community is facing, and Colin missed them miserably. His concerns could have addressed the wholesale murdering of black babies through abortions. The killing of blacks by blacks is another biggie. Instead  he chose to attack America. … Continue reading

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