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Still Feeling Fortunate After All These Years

Once you get to the top, the only way to go is down. There’s really no need to sprint to the bottom. Baby Boomers in their sixties and seventies were taught by our parents and grandparents to work hard and be loyal. Loyalty is a two-way street, or so we were told, and employers supposedly recognized and respected this asset as exemplified by our hard work and willingness to go the extra mile. Our parents were better [...]

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By |2022-01-24T09:09:29+00:00January 11, 2022|Aging, Baby Boomers, Newspapers, Old Age, Paychecks, Retirement, Writing|

Emails from the Trumps to a Real Patriot

Do you really love me or is this the end of our budding bromance? I usually wait until Wednesday for my weekly blog, but I have some exciting news to share and I couldn’t wait. I had to get this on record before my 15 minutes of fame runs out. You see, I am apparently very important to the Trump family and several of their closest confidants. Go figure. The President asks about me a lot, even [...]

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Spending Billions to Be an Underpaid Executive

There is just too much money involved in American politics. The idea that anyone can grow up to be President has been abandoned by all but the most naïve. The most successful politicians aren’t known for their negotiating skills, oratory or leadership credentials. They know how to raise money, and I’m talking about millions and millions of dollars. Office holders, on the national level at least, spend more to campaign for office and, once elected, to keep the treasure [...]

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By |2022-01-24T09:10:39+00:00June 8, 2016|Campaign Spending, Politics, Presidency|
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