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Political Civility To Be Tested in Madison, WI

The current teacher protests in Madison, WI provide us a real chance to put political civility to the test. The rubber is hitting the road, so to speak. As I watch the various news reports come in, I would say … Continue reading

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Do Government Experiments in Civility Work?

Recently the Mayor of Salt Lake City and Utah’s Lt. Gov., Greg Bell, launched an initiative to improve civility or rather public discourse in the state. As I read through the website and the associated media write-ups on the civility … Continue reading

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Airport Security – Symbolic of Greater Problems

I am grateful that Ron Paul has stepped up to address the issue of overbearing airport security. As he well says in his remarks, “…enough is enough.” To me the direction our airport security has taken is symbolic of a … Continue reading

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Karl Rove in SLC

I had a chance today to attend a workshop with Karl Rove, who was in town promoting his new book: Courage & Consequence. It was an interesting hour. I was a little disappointed that much of the time was spent … Continue reading

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Bennett – Conservative Leader or DC Dealer Maker?

One of the benefits of being a GOP delegate is that I get to see a lot more material from the candidates than the average voter. Over time, the mass amounts of emails, mailers, etc. invariably lead to little nuggets … Continue reading

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The Tipping Point & Health Care Reform

One of my clients, for Junto, is in Cheyenne, Wyoming. I have been traveling there a couple of times a month. The trip includes a two-hour drive from the Denver airport and has given me some time to listen to … Continue reading

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