Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Shrinking Economy

The latest difficult time for our shrinking economy has only just begun.  By all appearances in 2008 the U.S. Economy suffered a major stroke and is just learning to walk again.  Along the way the economy has been nurtured back … Continue reading

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Neurotic Man Goes Clothes Shopping

Well, it’s that time of the year for Neurotic Man.  Again.  The dreaded clothes shopping time of year.  I just don’t understand how anyone can find it enjoyable to go to a store and pick out some items and willingly … Continue reading

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Treasury Does Its Best to Promote Income Inequality

Just because the rallies are fewer and a whole bunch of people no longer live in public parks protesting doesn’t mean that income inequality has gone away.  In whole hearted support of keeping this income inequality thing going Timothy Geithner’s … Continue reading

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Doing the Hillary Clinton Swoon

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a Hillary Clinton hater.  I think she’s quite smart, and skillful and focused and forceful and has shown her capabilities in several different venues.  But this Hillary Clinton as Superwoman revisionist musical revue that’s … Continue reading

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Never on a Sunday

Never on a Sunday.  I write, research, and edit this blog.  I work on the search engine and handle all technical matters.  I wish I could devote even more time to the blog but I work and have a family … Continue reading

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When Pundits Provide Insight Like They Work for People Magazine

Soon after the recent Presidential Election, the one in which Nate Silver was mostly proven right; he appeared on various shows attacking pundits and the field of punditry, and its usefulness.  Nate can be excused for gloating after the election … Continue reading

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During the Quest for Filibuster Reform Harry Reid Doesn’t Grow a Pair

When it comes to Filibuster Reform, in the immortal words of Lou Reed (and many others), stick a fork in it, it’s done.* And that’s bad for you, bad for me.  A couple of days after the high of an … Continue reading

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Who Cares What Lance Armstrong Says, and White Supremacy’s Jihad

Blame my lack of belief that Lance Armstrong is truly repentant for his lies and cheating all these years on my feelings about Christianity.  It’s a religion that with a few words before you croak everything’s okay, the ogre you … Continue reading

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Neurotic Man Misses the Inauguration but Still Meets the President

Well, it’s official – I would be missing the inauguration.  What’s an inauguration without an official Neurotic Man?  In an E-Mail to the White House I offered my services plus I had the cachet provided from donating $28 in four … Continue reading

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Obama’s Inaugural Moment and Martin Luther King

How fitting that on the national holiday honoring that great American statesman and orator Martin Luther King, the greatest orator this country has seen and heard in modern times. Barack Obama’s Inaugural Moment occurred.  Sure the economy is still in … Continue reading

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