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Census Enumerator

In 1980 I worked briefly as an enumerator for The United States Census Bureau. And yes – I saw the curtain move. Advertisements

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The Manager’s Wife

Some things, even minor things, still stick in the memory like a dagger. Once upon a time I found myself working a part-time minimum wage job as a groundskeeper and general handyman at a government subsidized low-income housing complex. It … Continue reading

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Who Are You?

Are you some kind of mindless zombie? A headless body perhaps. Bovine? Livestock? A “breeder”? One of the sheeple? This is what or how some people think of you. Who are you? This Business Commentary article appeared in the Milwaukee … Continue reading

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Advice and Consent

I’ve been following the dustup over the appointment of a new Supreme Court Justice and it struck me that the whole concept of senatorial Advice and Consent is the very same thing a henpecked husband is subjected to. First you … Continue reading

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Black-face Politics

While I could say a great deal to elaborate upon this I just want to start an adult conversation. These politicos are getting too-clever-by-half. I found this strangely hilarious. Let me see if I can get this straight: (I Photoshopped … Continue reading

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Voting for Hillary is Voting for Bill

Stated in the simplest terms, voting for Hillary Rodham Clinton for president is unconstitutional. Her husband, William Jefferson Clinton, has already served two terms as President of the United States. According to the 22nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution he … Continue reading

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