The Unbalanced Economy…A Bedtime Story?

  The Unbalanced Economy, Bedtime Story I want you to take a trip with me (in your mind) for a brief moment, and pretend you are a child living your dream childhood.  Think of the neighborhood, the sights, the smells, and what your imaginary parents are like? In this vision, do you have siblings or […]

Government & Politics: Chris Christie Plays Misty

  Government & Politics: Chris Christie Plays Misty While speculation looms over Governor Christ Christie’s camp regarding the now  widely known “Bridge gate”  scandal (the purposeful creation of traffic congestion on the George Washington Bridge for the soul purpose of personal gain [what the Christie administration stood to gain is yet to be determined]).   […]

President Obama & the GOP: Obama-Care If You Dare!

President Obama ran his presidency campaign on the ticket of “Change” and he won, twice, because that is what Americans said they wanted. In fact, we the people are constantly obsessing over the mere notion of how we want “Change”. Moreover, for over half a century it has been the claims of many psychologists that […]

Obama & The GOP: Don’t Hold Your Breath?

It has been said by Argentinian, child psychologist Montserrat Ballvé Caride that when a child is attempting to communicate and the content of the message is not universal or cannot be generalized then that child most likely throws what is called a “tantrum” (A tantrum is an outburst that can include crying, screaming, kicking, breath-holding […]

Politics: Saturday In Detention

Politics: Saturday in Detention “The Breakfast Club is a 1985 American coming of age comedy-drama film written and directed by John Hughes and starring Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, and Ally Sheedy. The storyline follows five teenagers (each a member of a different high school clique) as they spend a Saturday […]

Politics: It Is Just Around The Corner?!

Politics: It is just around the corner? Here we go again in Washington (let’s get ready to budgeeet!), as President Barack Obama vs. the Republicans in Congress preparedness, this time over the 2014 budget and the Treasury’s debt limit. Another budget battle in Washington, you say? That’s right and it comes at a tough time […]

Politics: DOMA-Frog Legs For Dinner

  There is no question that the marriages have been around since one could recall the beginning of time. However, it was under Emperor Augustus when marriage became more of a… ” legal institution”.     Augustus’s Leges Juliae (Julian Laws) of 18 – 17 BC attempted to elevate morals and increase the population by encouraging marriage and having children. It […]

The GOP: The Road Not Taken…But Why?

GOP: The Road Not Taken   Many people are quite familiar with the poem, The Road Not Taken, written by the great Robert Frost. I myself have heard it quoted many times. Yet many only truly know the last lines, which read “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one […]

Mitt Romney: The Writing Was On The Window?

In the movie titled The Social Network it tells the story of how on one fall night in 2003 Harvard undergrad Mark Zuckerberg sits down at his computer and heatedly begins working on a random concept. In what begins as an uncontrolled action of anger that included programming and blogging ends in what would later […]

Obama and Romney: The Seperation of…? What Do We Seperate?

It has been demonstrated that often times something that derived from one specific request or statement, can often be reshaped and then utilized for a much broader more personal agendum. In order to illustrate my point, I use this rather rudimental example: For as long as I can remember whenever the name Humphrey Bogart was […]