Monthly Archives: February 2012

Do All Roads Lead to Athens, Rather Than Rome?

So it seems Greece is rapidly going down the toilet, and a number of other European nations aren’t far behind.  After decades of extravagant expenditures on social services, the tipping point has been reached.  Greek lawmakers rushed through legislation to … Continue reading

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So Let’s Step Away From Politics For Just A Moment…

…to discuss some aspects of US business practices and global competition.  At first this is going to seem like a product-placement ad, but bear with me. What drives this sudden urge to change topic, you ask?  Well, Thursday I went … Continue reading

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Politics in Colorado – To which a state of confusion is expressed

So currently I’m living (stationed) in Colorado, a state I’ve come to love and is very high on my retirement-possibilities list.  As the Republican primary wound down this week after all the hype, at first I confess I was quite … Continue reading

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It’s been a slow news month…

So I haven’t had much to say since we flipped over to 2012, but it’s because I don’t think there’s been very much substantive material out there.  Read as:  no one’s significantly annoyed or disgusted me lately.  Oh, don’t get … Continue reading

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