Tag Archives: Science

Rob Porter’s Security Nonclearance

Alan Zendell, February 10, 2018 Sherlock Holmes (aka, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle) famously said, “…when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” Consider the sordid case of Rob Porter’s temporary security clearance. It’s impossible that while … Continue reading

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A Matter of Necessity

Alan Zendell, January 6, 2018 Two thousand eighteen has thus far been a year in which subjects that have been whispered about all throughout the previous year are spoken about openly. The president’s sanity and emotional stability, his ability to … Continue reading

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Saving Ourselves From Trump

Alan Zendell, October 2, 2017 The longer this country suffers with Donald Trump as president, the more urgent it feels to counter the negative impact he’s having on it. But as urgent as it seems, it’s also befuddling. It feels … Continue reading

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Conservative Values

Alan Zendell, August 4, 2017 I learned a lot about conservative values this week. It was enlightening. It was uplifting enough to restore my confidence in the future. Why? I read Senator Jeff Flake’s book, which he named after Barry … Continue reading

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The Continuing Resolution was a Big Win…for Whom?

Alan Zendell, May 2, 2017 When Congress passed a Continuing Resolution (CR) to keep the government running, we were so distracted by the on-again off-again threat over funding the border wall, most of us didn’t look too closely at the … Continue reading

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