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2014 Not Quite There Yet (Either)
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2012 Rise Up!
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2011 Artful Courage
2010 A Handful of Lessons…

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He has never been known to use a word that might send a reader to the dictionary.
  —    William Faulkner (about Ernest Hemingway).
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2019 I Am Doubtful
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2018 True Measures
2017 Hoping For Tapes
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2016 On Viewing This Mudball
2015 It Takes A Village
2014 In God’s Eyes
2013 We Root For Ourselves
2012 Like A Shark
2011 Discernible Virtue

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We stumble and fall constantly even when we are enlightened.  But when we are in true spiritual darkness, we do not even know that we have fallen..
  —   Thomas Merton
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2014 I’ve Looked At Clouds
2013 Undiscovered Ocean
2012 Feeling Old? (Part 2)
2011 What About Freedom?

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If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.
  —  Steven Wright
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2019 A State With No Business
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2016 Completely Unreasonable
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2015 Avengers Assemble II
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2014 Turning Pages
2013 We Are All Accountable
2012 American Sign Language
2011 Happy Disproof
2010 Book Review – Managing Your Government Career

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I think people in power have a vested interest to oppose critical thinking.
  —  Carl Sagan
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2019 Impeach #45 – (#TraitorInTheWhiteHouse)
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2018 No Pride There
London To The Hague
2017 At Least Twenty To Go
2016 A Sweet Smelling Blog Post
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2015 Getting The Story Right
2014 Like Shells On The Shore
2013 More And Why
2012 How To Gain Effective Fire
2011 Patriot Act

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In the aftermath of the intelligence failures in Iraq, Americans should have a healthy skepticism of military action justified by intelligence reports that leave Congress profoundly divided.  And given Trump’s fundamental dishonesty and alarming ignorance, Americans should have zero assurance that their president or his administration is accurately describing the nature of the Iranian threat.
While Americans deployed abroad have the inherent right of self-defense, the United States should not engage in offensive military action without Congressional approval.  The president cannot tolerate acts of terror against American forces, but the American people cannot tolerate an unconstitutional war.
Now is not the time to trust an untrustworthy administration.  Now is exactly the time for Congress to reassert its constitutional authority.  Merely receiving an intelligence briefing is not enough.  The message to the Trump administration should be bipartisan and emphatic.  There can be no new war without informed congressional consent.
  —  David French
From his opinion / editorial: “Blundering Toward War
Appearing in Time Magazine; dtd: 3 June 2019
This article also appears online, but it is a modified version.
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2015 Little Understanding
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2011 Resistance Is Futile
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Unfortunately, No Approval Is Required

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So much of what we call management consists in making it difficult for people to work.
  —  Peter Drucker
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2019 Of Course, You Still Have To Listen
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2015 Embarrassing Myself Again
2014 I’ve Never Have Had
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2012 Feeling Old?
2011 Even When I Wish Really, Really Hard
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