Monthly Archive: November 2014

What the President Should Say in His Meeting with Republican Leaders

What the President Should Say in His Meeting with Republican Leaders

This afternoon will mark the first time that President Obama will be meeting with leaders from what will become the new Senate majority in the next Congress. Here are a few suggestions that may...

Nonpolitical Unsolicited Game Reviews

Nonpolitical Unsolicited Game Reviews

Note: these are a random grab-bag of completely unsolicited reviews. Anything I mention I have purchased or used at full price. Recommendations are not meant to take the place of your active investigation. This...

What is the Most Important Political Issue in the United States?

What is the Most Important Political Issue in the United States?

What is the Most Important Political Issue in the United States? This question was tossed around in the days leading up to the mid-term elections this week and continues to evade even the savviest...

Why Libertarians Need to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the Wave

Why Libertarians Need to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the Wave

Waves happen in politics. They make great political stories (X hasn’t happened for 100 years! He/she is the first Y to ever be elected to position Z!). However, part of the interior monologue of...

A Letter to a New Republican Senator

A Letter to a New Republican Senator

Dear Incoming Senator of the 114th Congress, First, you don’t know me and I’m not one of your constituents (my senators were not up for reelection this term). Before you throw my letter away,...

Maryland’s Gubernatorial Toss-Up: Waves, Money, or Reactionary Social Discontent

Maryland’s Gubernatorial Toss-Up: Waves, Money, or Reactionary Social Discontent

For the first time since the last time, the Maryland gubernatorial election is officially a “toss-up.” There is certainly more than enough prognosticating going around, most of which will either be confirmed or denied...