Monthly Archives: October 2012

Three’s A Crowd

We need third-party inclusion in this country.  We need an alternative perspective that is coming from outside the existing two-party corporate paradigm.  We need a party that is unfettered to lobbyists and special interest groups, and looks to act in … Continue reading

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My Last Drink: An Ode to Bourbon

My last drink was a delicious small batch bourbon called Jefferson’s, enjoyed with just a cube or two of ice.  This drink- not to be confused with the Jefferson’s Presidential that I’ve written about before that is, by all accounts, the … Continue reading

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Terrorism Is A Meaningless Word

The word terrorism is meaningless.  It has an official definition, but the way in which it is used today, obscures what it’s meant to convey.  Nothing underscores this better than how the U.S. government utilizes the term.  The latest proof?  … Continue reading

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