Cyndi Stevenson to run for Florida Legislature

Cyndi Stevenson to run for Florida Legislature Files for House District 17 (St. Augustine)  St. Johns County Commissioner Cyndi Stevenson today filed to run for Florida House District 17.  “Once it became clear that Senator Thrasher would become FSU’s president and that Representative Renuart would run to succeed him, my phone began ringing with friends […]

No Weed, Just Weeds ~City of Arlington SWAT Raid on Peaceful Organic Farmers

City of Arlington SWAT Raid on Peaceful Organic Farmers is a Big Budget Bust  “No Weed, Just Weeds” The Garden of Eden is a conscious community located on a 3.5 acre space in Kennedale, Texas (DFW metroplex). They are dedicated to living sustainably by raising fresh food, utilizing earthen materials for building projects, and facilitating […]

A Difficult Four Years For The 113th Congress

    Today a new Congress is sworn in. It will be more Democratic in both the House and Senate. In principle, this can lead to a more facile legislative agreement than we saw in the 112th Congress. Most likely this Congress will make better decisions that the last one, but one does not anticipate […]

In Ten Days It’s All Over–Maybe

  In 10 days everyone will have voted. Some voted early and some not until election day. Hopefully we will all go to bed early that evening and voters will have registered a clear decision. As of today, we still have a very close election. I’m really not sure why, but that’s the way it […]

Electoral College Outcome For The Presidential Election

  With less than three weeks to go in the election campaign, two presidential and one vice-presidential debate behind us, more and more of us have taken a measure of the candidates and made voting decisions. Many have voted early: about 18 million compared with 15 million at this time in 2008. The polls have […]

In Difficult Times Change The World

  We live in difficult times. Economies are failing. Nations are increasingly ungovernable. Many seek even to destroy one another. Yet citizens of the world are hopeful. Many will try to decide what can be done to change the world for the better. Changing the world is not just a matter to be considered by […]


McMillian Manufacturing in Phoenix, Arizona, was contacted by Bank of America and informed that they will no longer be allowed to use their services (Bank of America) because they are in the firearms business and support the second amendment.   McMillan Fiberglass Stocks, McMillan Firearms Manufacturing, McMillan Group International have been collectively banking with Bank […]

CBS Scot Paulsen on “2016: The Movie” The Right Politics

  Interesting – CBS gives an honest, but disturbing, assessment. CBS Scot Paulsen on “2016: The Movie” The Right Politics This past week, 2016: The Movie about President Barack Obama opened in the Chicago area, and I chose to get more of an education about Obama by seeing the movie. After the inundation of canned hype […]

Generational Influences in 2012 American Presidential Election: A New Role for Millennials?

Generational influences will significantly impact our social interactions, labor force, politics, and practically every other aspect of American life over the near term.  This is primarily due to the increasing influence of generation Y, a group more widely known as the Millennials. The following table is instructive: Birth range             Generational Identifier  […]

The Crisis

  As I gaze out upon the American landscape I am greatly saddened. I know this is not a feeling that I am alone with – others are sharing the almost desperate need to see our country get back ‘online.’ I mean, just watching the Olympic Games and seeing all countries come together and unite […]