Monthly Archives: October 2010

Ramblings at a Rally

Okay.  I wasn’t there.  But I did watch parts on my computer and then some more on C-Span.  If you weren’t there and haven’t followed the happenings today it looked like this (courtesy of Huffington Post[i]): One of the great … Continue reading

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Sanity and/or fear!

Experience the rally today through people friendly devices.  For information about the rally see our Blogroll (lower right column).  If you are at the rally or any of the sub-rallies please tell me about it. Also, don’t let the pundits, bosses, … Continue reading

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He said it

He said it: for the longest of times no matter the inarticulate steps I perceived his Administration taking, no matter the hiring of old guard hacks like Geithner who certainly have never shown any interest in empowering the majority of … Continue reading

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Gertrude Stein Redux

Occasionally Pulpdiddy’s needs to recharge by writing a bit different and politics, business and economics are minimized.  As much as I would enjoy it, this does not mean the Pulpster is about to begin a movie or food column.  In … Continue reading

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Picking on the Good

I have asked myself whether it is wise to find fault with those that you mostly support.  Yes, when it is necessary. For the most part the American populace believes in social progress yet support increasingly conservative politicians.  That these … Continue reading

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Bill

Revisionism is as natural to a politician as breathing.  What makes analysis more difficult is that the effects of actions are rarely instantly noticeable and repair to faulty decisions usually takes years to blossom.  Two years after raiding the country’s … Continue reading

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Notes of a Grumpy Old Man

I swear I’m gonna puke if I hear another alleged journalist preface an unsourced opinion with “Some people say…” Is there anyone on the left who can dance?  Or at least pretend to?  Tom Delay, Tucker Carlson, and Bristol Palin … Continue reading

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Micro 8

(This will be the last in the Micro Series for now.) More on Spending:  It is important when developing abudget and analyzing any series of costs to categorize and prioritize.  When examining each category it is important to note that … Continue reading

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It’s the Media, stupid!

Let me apologize.  This is a long post.  Sometimes it happens, sometimes there is no other way.  One of the great unifying factors in our country’s history has been the media.  It is a way of formalizing the Jungian sense … Continue reading

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Mirco 7

Spending:  Everyone knows that adhering to a budget becomes increasingly critical as your revenue decreases.  As in your home budget the US budget contains spending that is not efficient.  Sometimes the extra cost is taken on because it is just … Continue reading

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