Tag Archives: American Enterprise Institute

Fully in Charge

Republicans didn’t want John McCain to be their nominee in 2008 – he’d been squishy on immigration, saying those folks who had come here to find work were family folks, good people, worthy of a little respect. That didn’t go … Continue reading

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Blame the Republicans, Or At Least Some of Them

Ah, in a little more than a month Medicare kicks in, freeing up almost eight hundred dollars a month, so should some young starlet here in Hollywood jump the curb in her Bentley and inflict grave bodily harm, well, there … Continue reading

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Getting Somehow Serious

Aside from the job being impossible – the antique COBOL mainframe application that made it possible to build a locomotive or two a day was absurd – those two years in Canada were quite fine. Setting hockey aside, it does … Continue reading

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