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Month: March 2016

Wake-up Call

OCD is a pain.  I mean it’s a serious pain sometimes, and I’ve only got a light case in comparison with some people.  I’m not germ-conscious like Howie Mandel or…well, really, he’s the only celebrity I know with a bad case of it.  Think “Jack Nicholson in As Good As […]

Don’t Call It “Evolution”

I was reading this article from RealClear Politics about Marco Rubio’s depression over the current state of the GOP.  While I don’t necessarily agree with everything he says, his tone is sobering, and his conclusion is hard to argue against:  “The Republican Party and the conservative movement” are very much in […]

A History of “Solid” States

Some people like to complain about the Electoral College, “My state has been overwhelmingly [political party] for YEARZ, so my vote doesn’t count,” and believe that going to a national popular vote instead would make their votes count more.  There are pros and cons to that idea — mostly cons, […]

Olympus Didn’t Fall

Ah, spring.  We didn’t really have a winter in Texas this year thanks to global warming — the poor sods on the East Coast apparently took all the snow that would’ve come our way — but even if you’re unable to get a clue from rising temperatures as usual, you can still tell the […]