The "Little Dutch Boy" of Washington...

It is still that risk versus reward thing…

"People wonder why Donald Trump has such good numbers with the economy. He is a capitalist, and has been one his entire life. He understands business. He understands risk and reward." A long time ago, a friend asked my opinion on what the biggest difference was between (back then) […] Click here to view original post

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Revisiting Obama’s Energy Lies

2020: Energy dominance vs. environment?

Salena Zito’s latest column highlights what I think will be one of the biggest issues of the 2020 election cycle, in both the presidential election and in congressional races. The title of Ms. Zito’s column is “The crackers and frackers could hold the keys to 2020”. I’ve said for […] Click here to view original post

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Rep. Urdahl’s civics concern, Part I

Dean Urdahl’s op-ed is must-reading for every Minnesota parent, in my estimation. In his opening paragraph, Rep. Urdahl writes “Our Republic faces crisis after crisis: Our government is crippled by polarization, Congress can’t seem to get anything done, Supreme Court appointments have become a three-ring circus, no agreement can […] Click here to view original post

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Authentic-Self-Ego-Driven-World-Bob Davis Podcast 861

Inspired By A Random Conversation I wasn’t going to do this podcast. Then I had a most noteworthy random conversation and it convinced me I was on the right track. Learn more when you listen to Authentic-Self-Ego-Driven-World-Bob Davis Podcast 861. No Bitching and Moaning Moreover I certainly did not […] Click here to view original post

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Wages Of Overreach

In the wake of the crummy news on election night last year, I signed off our broadcast by urging people to look at the, er, silver lining; given a sudden influx of power, Democrats, especially “progressives”, would inevitably overreach. They did. And they are. And people are taking note; […] Click here to view original post

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It’s the economy, Stupid!

Last week, the Democrats, both those running for president and those activists in the MSM, repeatedly talked about the looming recession. At last night’s third Democrat presidential debate, hardly a word was said about the economy. Chief Washington Examiner Politics Correspondent Byron York notice that the subject of the […] Click here to view original post

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Julian attacks Joe!!!

"That is it folks. Three hours of my life I would love to have back. I could have watched Downton Abby of PBS and been more entertained. Have to go now. I need a nap. Or maybe even a Bloody Mary after reliving last night for the purpose of […] Click here to view original post

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