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Chaos Theory

Alan Zendell, March 2, 2018 The theory goes, if you’re smarter than everyone else and a genius at tactics, timing, reading the crowd, and knowing where the escape tunnel is, you can juggle dozens of balls at once and no … Continue reading

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Wishes for 2018

Alan Zendell, December 30, 2017 Civility – That’s the motto of the county I live in. You see it everywhere, on bumper stickers, lawn signs, government letterheads: “CHOOSE CIVILITY.” It sounds corny, almost naïve, but it works. While my state … Continue reading

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The Agent of Chaos

Alan Zendell, October 4, 2017 It’s not even possible to pretend any more. We’ve all seen the signs for months, but the reality was too horrifying to accept, so we tried to sweep it under the rug. No doubt, the … Continue reading

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Can Trump Separate Himself from the Adoring Crowds?

Alan Zendell, September 18, 2017 There are many points of view concerning Donald Trump in our divided country. What I find most disturbing is the large number of people who are willing to treat the presidency and the various crises … Continue reading

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The Fable of Mika and the Pig

Alan Zendell, July 2, 2017 I’ve always had nothing but disdain for daytime television, but nine years ago, when I began working from home, I started watching Morning Joe with my first cup of coffee. I guess that was the … Continue reading

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