Posts Tagged ‘policy’

Several months ago I gave a broad sketch on how to reduce wasteful spending and minimize political gridlock in Congress through a bold plan to reconfigure the states. None of the major presidential candidates have stepped forward to support this plan. That’s okay. Political change moves like a drunken slug. What we can do is continue offering suggestions aimed at (more…)

I don’t live in a fantasy world. I’ve tried that and ended up with unexplainable scars. And my theory is if you’re going to get scars, it’s good to know how you got ‘em. Not so much so you can avoid doing again whatever it was that you did to end up filleted like a fresh flounder, although that is a valid enough reason. Rather, so I can embellish the scar story and turn what was probably a horrifying or, worse yet, embarrassing story into (more…)