Category Archives: Politics

Week In Review – 7 Nov 2021

The first week of November came in like a lion. The US economy is recovering from the pandemic, and the unemployment is down.  Egged on by the Tuesday election results, Democrats in Congress finally got the historical Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill … Continue reading

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It’s About Time

  The 1 trillion dollar Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill passed the US House yesterday, 88 days after the US Senate approved it (on 10 Aug 2021). The infrastructure bill will modernize, among others, roads, bridges, and broadband. So this is a … Continue reading

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People’s Voice Loud & Clear

  Last week, the Coronavirus pandemic crossed the benchmark of 5 million deaths (worldwide). Only a few days later, the Republicans took back the State of Virginia in the 2021 elections. The seismic shift competed with the Covid-19 news. You … Continue reading

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Beware Of Scientism

  As a differentiator, scientism involves bias. Specifically, it is, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, an exaggerated trust [emphasis added] in the efficacy of the methods of natural science applied to all areas of investigation. Overzealous of any sorts is suspicious. Economist … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 24 Oct 2011

Seeking truth is the objective of a learned person.  That is also what science, among other branches of study, trying to accomplish.  The truth may change as new facts and evidences emerge but the objective remains the same.  At least … Continue reading

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Is Filibustering Fair?

  Filibuster has received lots of attention lately, as the US Senate can’t seem to build consensus anymore with its chamber evenly divided (50/50).  You see, senator’s term lasts 6 years unlike the House of Representatives (2 years). In theory, … Continue reading

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On Changing Our Mind

  The Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, “Change is the only constant in life.”  Even while you’re reading this post, time is fleeting us by. So the dynamic nature of our experience begs the questions of what about our mind? Do … Continue reading

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Transition? What Transition? Part 2

  Watching the Biden administration this past nine months, any excitement accrued from  Trump’s departure while kicking and screaming about a stolen election, has been tempered by disappointments in how the Biden’s team handled  their tasks. Without a doubt, Covid-19 … Continue reading

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Peddling In America

  We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our … Continue reading

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Politics with A Big P

When the weight of the world is weighing you down, realize it is really what’s between your two ears that is topsy-turvy. Chances are the world will revolve as it always have, and the sun will come up the same … Continue reading

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