Monthly Archives: September 2016

Autumn is here!

I don’t know about you, but I’m excited for Autumn. The weather is supposed to be gorgeous in D.C. this weekend. Get out and enjoy it! I’ll be back next week with policy thoughts, or perhaps comments on Monday’s debate that … Continue reading

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Conflicts of interest and the presidency 

Something to ponder: Will Trump and his family sever ties to the Trump Organization if he’s elected president?  Read this great article by Kurt Eichenwald in Newsweek. 

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Politics in the U.S. is depressing

Coming back from Ireland to the current political situation in the U.S. is so depressing. We have candidates who are a laughing stock around the world. Yes, Washington hasn’t worked well for many years. Yes, I get the criticisms against … Continue reading

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Ireland, Part 2: Dromoland

As I mentioned last week, this was my first trip to Ireland and I know why it’s called the Emerald Isle. I have never seen greener grass. Probably because of the rain, but it is truly a beautiful green country. … Continue reading

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