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I spent 20 years working in sales for distributers. A distributorship is only as strong as the brands it represents. Therefore it is difficult for senior management to refuse a supplier’s request to have a meeting of the salesforce. To … Continue reading
If the tone of this article is angry it is because I am. If it is somewhat confusing, that is because about 10% of my readership comes from outside the United States and I have to attempt to explain to … Continue reading
Thursday the Senate voted 68-31 to limit debate on gun regulation. In (relatively) plain English they stopped the filibuster and will soon actually vote on the gun regulation proposals. Some Senators took what is commonly perceived as courageous votes while … Continue reading
Tuesday’s the meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee was another example of the Republican Party either being unbelievably stupid and out of touch with the American people or a subsidiary of their financiers.
What makes a woman a woman? I’m sorry to disappoint my readers, but I’m certainly not going to answer that question in the next several hundred words. I will tell you that I question how genuine a woman twelve Republican … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon the Senate finally confirmed Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Defense by a vote of 58-41. Getting there was an adventure!
This week the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in Shelby County v Holder. This case is an attempt to negate Section 5 of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. The plaintiffs claim that the provisions of Section 5 are … Continue reading
Of the various proposals for gun regulations the one that has the broadest support and best chance of passing both chambers of Congress is a universal background check. Some polls have it with as high as 92% support. The … Continue reading
John Barrasso and Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Roy Blunt of Missouri, John Boozman of Arkansas, Tom Coburn and James Inhofe of Oklahoma, John Cornyn and Ted Cruz of Texas, Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott of South Carolina, Chuck Grassley of … Continue reading