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Tom Perez and the DNC Want My Money and My Vote—they’re just not that into me and my needs

  MEMORANDUM TO: Thomas Edward Perez, Chair of the Democratic National Committee FROM: Ronald Bruce Meyer, Citizen of the United States of America DATE: September 8, 2019 RE: Your recent fundraising letter I feel your pain, Mr. Chairman. In your

Posted in Rant, Reflections

Remembering Vincent Chin

By Ronald Bruce Meyer Over the last weekend in June, my wife and I traveled through Michigan to Canada on a mini-vacation. My wife, as some of you may know, was born in China and is a US citizen. She

Posted in Economics, Reflections, Uncategorized

Did Jesus Really Change the World?

A reply to Pastor John Ortberg I’m sorry I missed the original publication on 8/13/2012 of “Six Surprising Ways Jesus Changed the World” by Pastor John Ortberg of the Menlo Park Presbyterian Church. But the arguments are old ones, they

Posted in Reflections

Passing

I can’t say that I ever saw her at her best. To me, she was always mildly befuddled, having left half her personality behind her in better times, when she still had a husband and still recognized her children. I

Posted in Reflections

A Vote For God

Alabama Governor George Wallace once famously said, “There’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the Republicans and Democrats.” If you look at the polling numbers between President Obama and his challenger Gov. Mitt Romney, it’s hard to escape that

Posted in Reflections

Teachers Are Not the Problem

When I was in public grade school, if there ever was any problem between my teachers and me, my parents – without the slightest hesitation – took the side of my teachers. I didn’t like it at the time, but,

Posted in Reflections

Patriotic and Idiotic

I hate to put this in religious terms, but there is a kind of American creed: “Freedom and liberty for all” might sum it up. Our leaders remember the tune, but they forget some of the words. I was reminded

Posted in Reflections
John Mill