Tag Archives: president

Thoughts on the 2016 Presidential election

Its no secret that the 2016 Presidential election has become a joke and a farce.  Here are some of my thoughts on it (of course, since this is politics everything I say can be proven wrong): THE ROLE OF THE … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the myth of the power of the U.S. President – government stagnation, the “tyranny of blame”, and other things

In a recent conversation I made an interesting statement: “I get a kick out of the power people think the President has.  They think the President can make all these changes, as if he can wave a wand and all the problems … Continue reading

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