Tag Archives: Senate Rules

Rebooting the Senate

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That’s the conservative philosophy in a nutshell – things are working well enough, pretty much, and if you’re unhappy with that, learn to accept your unhappiness. Unhappiness is better than catastrophe. Attempts to … Continue reading

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Starting Somewhere

Ah, this was the week that the Occupy Wall Street movement grabbed all the headlines – as noted here in the previous items – after a few weeks of being little more than a curiosity. What the movement is calling … Continue reading

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We’re All Polish Now

There was a time Americans told Polish jokes, just as the Canadians told, or they still tell, those Newfie Jokes. No doubt the Swedes tell Danish jokes, and Paraguay folks tell Uruguay jokes. But they’re all the same jokes – … Continue reading

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