Category Archives: Political Science

Mitch, Paul, You’re Fired!


Picture the Oval Office as the boardroom in The Apprentice.  The Congressional team loses and Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan are summoned. Normally, on The Apprentice, the losing team is given a chance to explain.  President Trump makes sure the … Continue reading

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Don’t Want to Be a Refuge and Wander the Earth.


Jews throughout history know this feeling all too well.  This was brought up Friday, by my work buddy Anastase, who’s from Rwanda.  I’m reading a book by a Rwandan exile named Louise Mushikiwabo called Rwanda Means the Universe. Anastase said … Continue reading

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