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Why Think Win/win?

  The US Constitution was built on a win-win paradigm. The Bill of Rights was the Federalists’ agreement to the Anti-Federalists in gaining their support to ratify the Constitution in 1791. So by extension, one would surmise that think win-win … Continue reading

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  Russian President Vladimir Putin announced yesterday that Russia is suspending its participation in the New START Treaty – “the last remaining nuclear arms control pact with the United States.” What would Putin do? Is this saber rattling, escalation of … Continue reading

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ChatGPT, An AI Chatbot

  If you haven’t heard about ChatGPT or want to learn more about it, here is an article offers a primer on this all the rave chatbot. This past weekend I had an opportunity to see a demonstration of it. … Continue reading

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Government Terrorizes It’s People?

  Sound preposterous that a government would terrorizes it people? It happens more than one may think. For one, any autocratic regime would care more about staying in power than its people. Think Kim Jong Un (North Korea), Vladimir Putin … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 19 Feb 2023

Half way through February, Russian is mounting its Spring Offense while the Ukrainian is running low on ammunition. This war of attrition drags on representing the classic lose-lose. Just imagine, if Mr. Vladimir Putin had an epiphany and realized the … Continue reading

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Me, A Lucky Sandwich Generation

  By definition, the sandwich generation is the group that has the dubious honor of taking care of their aging parent(s) and their own child(ren). Even though, my mother is still living (in her 90), I consider myself a lucky … Continue reading

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Hanging On

  As February trudges on, it is still winter here in the US. Two popular pastime this month are the Super Bowl and State of the Union.  If however neither the sport nor politic tickles you fancy, may I suggest … Continue reading

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A Sense Of Humor

  Rep Nancy Mace, R-S.C. says that she loves “exercising 1st Amendament rights.“ She isn’t joking. Her speech at the Washington Press Club Foundation yesterday certainly showed off her preference. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy free speech as much … Continue reading

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Chinese Spy Balloon?

  Have you heard about this Chinese spy balloon? According to the Pentagon, this high altitude (60,000 feet) flying object is a surveillance balloon that is maneuverable.  It entered US airspace yesterday (Thursday) and is being monitored. Pentagon recommended (to President … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 29 Jan 2023

Sunday’s lunar New Year, a celebratory occasion, turned ugly abruptly in California by a series of mass shootings.  These incidents have unfortunately become the norm. Our penitentiaries are filled with violent offenders. But is the issue with the people, our … Continue reading

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