Monthly Archives: December 2012

A Centrist View on Gun Control, Part II

In my first post on gun control, I expressed a total openness to new gun laws. I want to reiterate that point as clearly as I possibly can. I also encouraged my liberal friends to avoid the usual rhetoric and, … Continue reading

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Breaking Bad

One of the many things I love about my iPad is the ability to watch TV series many years after they come out. This way, instead of wading through commercials or having to wait a week for the next episode, … Continue reading

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Some Very Centrist Thoughts on Gun Control

When something really tragic happens or there’s a serious crisis, there’s a natural human instinct to say, “We gotta DO something.” Members of congress and presidents are particularly susceptible to this mentality. And, when they do act quickly just so … Continue reading

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What the Hell is it with Rob Ryan?

I just finished watching the 1 PM (EST) football games. The Redskins won their 6th in a row (HTTR!!). The Cowboys lost. Bra ha ha ha ha. I watched the entire Redskins game. During the course of that game, the … Continue reading

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A Pest in Washington

There was an article last month in the Washington Business Journal about the demise of the Washington Post (affectionately known here in DC as “The Pest”). I recognize the irony of one paper writing about the demise of another – … Continue reading

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A Very Unstable Equilibrium

I recently wrote my first high level reaction to the recent election in Election Reflection. It seems I have a lot more thoughts bouncing around in my head, some deeper than others, and I need to figure out a way … Continue reading

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