You’ve all heard folks ask this- Are you still happy with the folks for whom you voted? This year, it’s been terribly poignant, since so many folks fell for the bait and switch politicians. The ones who promised to do A and then promptly did B- or nothing at all.
Continue reading Real Property Problems?
Earth Day. April 22. I remember the first one, way back in 1970, when I was working for an environmental regulatory authority (my one stint working for the government). Now the celebration is held around the world (some 193 countries and growing).
Continue reading Tomorrow, tomorrow…
I am sure most of you recognized that I never wrote one word about the GOP health plan concept. There were several reasons.
Continue reading The Truth Behind the Plan
Here we go, again. The GOP is siding with big business instead of US residents. It’s not really a surprise- except for what it does to our lives.
Continue reading You ARE for sale!
When I was about to receive my undergraduate degree, my advisor leaned on me. He wanted me to interview for jobs. Oh, sure, he knew I was going to grad school. But, he wanted me to take the interviews for a few reasons.
Continue reading So, what are you going to do?
When I lived in Long Beach, I loved catching my breakfast at Carl’s Jr. (I always wondered where the heck Senior was… Oh, yes, the drive-in restaurant that had folded long ago.) It served fresh eggs, decent pastry, and great coffee. And, on occasion, I picked up a fish sandwich for lunch, which was pretty tasty.
Continue reading This is not the Secretary of Labor that America needs!
Well, what a surprise. Healthcare insurance is back in the news.
But, the problem is really how do we find ways to ensure (not insure) that citizens have adequate access to healthcare. And, then how do we find ways to pay for that.
Continue reading A different 1%