Category Archives: Governance

Tim Pawlenty–Mitt’s VP?


If John McCain had picked this man he would still be President and Tim VP! But failing to do so it looks 95% confident that Mitt will pick this man as VP! So get to know him because he is … Continue reading

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So does budget drive national security strategy?


An interesting new report and graphics at this link: http://csis.org/files/publication/120612US_New_Strategy_FY13_Budget.pdf

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What did we know and when did we know it?


Let’s suppose that Mitt Romney takes over as President in 7 months and 20 days. What will be his first actions? If I told you what he has promised, even some for the first day, whether you are a DEM … Continue reading

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Neither candidate will win a majority in 2012 Presidential Election


Another prediction: Neither Obama nor Romney will win a majority of the popular vote. From Wikipedia: In the United States, the president is indirectly elected by the Electoral College made up of electors chosen by voters in the presidential election. … Continue reading

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Presidential Politics-The Real Stakes in 2012!t


As always I could be wrong and probably am but here is my take on American Presidential politics since IKE. First, Nixon won in 1960 but due to corruption in Illinois and W. Virginia, JFK became President. He was not … Continue reading

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Failed States!


I had a friend that tried to write a book about the cities with over 25 million in residence in the World. The USA has none and none expected this century. Not true elsewhere. These essentially are city states although … Continue reading

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What did we know and when did we know it?


In a take off of my sometime current events posts I have decided to list some items that indicate to me the further war against the individual in the USA! Naturally others look to the USA for leadership in so-called … Continue reading

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