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Governing Part 4 – Financially, Governments are Similar to Families or “It’s About the Money!”

Here is what I see—I am not an economist, but I can balance a checkbook—and I have often had to say “No” to a good purchase (that would be ‘nice to have’) or investment opportunity (i.e., risk involved) because spending … Continue reading

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Governing Part 3 – What I Expect of Myself (And Everyone Else)

We just went through our primary voting this week. I was thinking about how we decide who we are voting for. For example, one of our candidates is engaged to a member of a large family in the county. Those … Continue reading

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