Monthly Archives: December 2012

:) Mayan Calendar 2.0

We’re still here and I’m glad about that.  So – the first day of winter 2012-2013 has plenty of “cliff note” theatrics. Oh well: Visions of added taxes instead of sugarplums in my head… Acknowledging that none get of this … Continue reading

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Blessed are those that mourn.

From a NPR interview after the senseless Newtown, CT. shootings- “Blessed are those that mourn for they will be comforted”.

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“Change at Any Age” thanks to Ms. Cole and the Wall Street Journal

Today’s WSJ mentioned a book by John Norcross that might be worth a peek by us Baby Boomers… Changeology: 5 Steps to Realizing Your Goals and Resolutions The author suggests these five (5) stages to improve our chances of success … Continue reading

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Europe-ization of America? Professor Mansfield’s thoughts

“The Crisis of American Self-Government” in the 11/30 Journal OP-Ed caught my eye! Sure nice to have reason for hope – click the link and see what you think! Harvey Mansfield, Harvard’s ‘pet dissenter,’ on the 2012 election, the real … Continue reading

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Bill will feed on Army Mule 🙂

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Is it Just Me? http://www.usdebtclock.org/

Perhaps I’m alone in my sentiments; yet I miss the USS Enterprise, Twinkies, Zig Ziglar and free markets. I don’t miss higher taxes, monetizing our out-of-control debts, or politicians that are smarter than me… 2013 would be a much brighter … Continue reading

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