by | Jan 14, 2019

Beginning in December, President Donald Trump rightly decided to link the funding for a $5 billion border wall with keeping the government funded. Naturally, all of Washington has been atwitter as the economy in the Beltway tanks and life in…

by | Dec 8, 2018

President Donald J. Trump doesn’t care about the nation’s debt, according to that paragon of truth known as the Daily Beast. The article in question claims that Trump’s view on the concern about the rising debt crisis was, “I won’t be here”…

by | Dec 3, 2018

Whether you’re switching radio stations, calming a crying child, or racing to make it to a holiday party on time, driving can be hazardous — 94 percent of serious accidents are caused by human error. Car crashes are one of the…

by | Aug 8, 2018

Kremlin-connected cyber criminals are capable of turning off our electric power from afar, while power plant employees watch helplessly. In the last two weeks, the federal Department of Homeland Security held four briefings warning that Russian hackers are already practicing…

by | Jul 30, 2018

On July 18, the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services conducted its second hearing on digital currencies with an almost exclusive focus on cryptocurrency. Chairman Andy Barr (R-KY) focused the committee on two questions: 1) Are digital currencies going to…

by | Jul 12, 2018

The nominees for the award for the most irritatingly smug expression on the face of a witness legitimate questions have bang to rights are: Oh hell, forget the other nominees. Just give the award to Peter Strzok in perpetuity. The…

by | Mar 20, 2018

Asking the boss for a decision can sometimes be frustrating, especially if the answer is “Let me think about it.” OK, you can come back tomorrow, but if you get the same answer day after day, month after month, year…

by | Mar 20, 2018

This past week, I lost my member of Congress. From January 1987 to March 2018, she cast 18,230 votes. While I disagreed with her most of the time, in times like these, it is important put aside any differences and…

by | Jan 23, 2018

On now to Chapter MLXII in our Chronicles of National Disarray: “Congress Solves Immigration Perplexity.” Or, far likelier, “Congress Kicks Can Down Road.” With the federal government coming back to listlessness — if not exactly life — Republicans and Democrats…

by | Dec 21, 2017

The net neutrality debate that has been roiling our public discourse the past few months has suddenly attracted a lot of public interest in the infrastructure of the Internet. Despite the overwhelming majority of Americans utilizing the Internet in some…

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