Monthly Archives: February 2016

California Primary

I’m a great fan of all that is California. From the vast urban centers to the sea of fields that makes for one of the great food producing communities in the world. From Cal and Stanford and Caltech and the … Continue reading

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It’s Sunday

It’s Sunday and my day off. At one time it wasn’t – I would write this column seven days a week. But I found like so many other things in life, pacing myself was important. I told myself that I … Continue reading

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Diversity in Politics

There’s a reason that elected officials prefer diversity in their support base. Elected officials will make a big deal that all members of the citizenry are equal but ala Animal Farm, some are more equal than others. A wise elected … Continue reading

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Neo-Liberals, Liberals, and Progressives

Let’s end the nonsense right away – Progressives are Liberals who are not ashamed of their new label, and neo-liberals are for the most part conservative Democrats who still believe in the Party’s social agenda. I suppose that the muddying … Continue reading

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Neurotic Man Goes to Ground

I’m so sooo sick of sooo much. It makes this Neurotic Man want to throw up. Except of course that could get very messy, and mess is not a Neurotic Man thing. At least for this one. There’s the bosses, … Continue reading

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Enthusiasm Gap

The Democrat Party, using its misplaced belief that it really, really cares about people (just check out neo-liberalism and the façade of caring that surrounds the myths of the Clinton and Obama administrations), fails to understand that they are in … Continue reading

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The Game is Rigged

Bernie is right – the game is rigged. And when you tell the establishment it doesn’t care about people then it shows that it does care – about protecting itself. I thought I was seeing the impossible. But then I … Continue reading

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Pulpdiddys Permutations on Sunday

For quite some time at Pulpdiddys Permutations I have had a Sunday column in which I explain why I no longer write a regular column on Sunday and instead use this explanation column and take the day off. I’ve tweaked … Continue reading

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One Issue Candidate

During the run-up to political elections candidates and their followers say just about anything. One such thing is that Bernie Sanders is a one issue candidate. While it is true that income inequality is a major concern of Mr. Sanders’ … Continue reading

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Saving Money, Healthcare Style

We need a PSY style energy filled attempt at fixing the dismal healthcare system in this country. Obamacare has been a positive step in insuring many who have pre-existing conditions and who couldn’t find a healthcare provider willing to work … Continue reading

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