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This Unconstitutional Overreach Just May Have a Silver Lining


This surreal experience with the Wuhan Chinese virus has showed the true colors of many elected officials. They don’t really care about their constituents. They care a lot about exercising power and having control of their constituents. Some of these … Continue reading

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People have lost their minds…


With all of the hullabaloo over the so-called coronavirus, I have watched people lose their minds over precautions being taken. No baseball. No March Madness. I could care a less about the NBA, but there’s no pro basketball either. No … Continue reading

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Don’t Bank with Fifth Third Bank


I can’t be any more blunt than that. In less than one year, I’ve encountered three separate episodes of so-called regulatory holds on deposits that I’ve made via mobile banking or via a bank ATM into my Fifth Third account. … Continue reading

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Whatever Happened to the Loyal Opposition?


Today’s politics has not been our finest hour. However, I have been seriously dissapointed by the House Democrats, who have been in the majority now since the last election cycle, but have done next to nothing legislatively except investigate the … Continue reading

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High Times; Peaceful Times


Accompanied by friends, I decided to make my first Cannabis Cup in Clio MI over the weekend. Thinking we’d let the initial throng float in before we showed up, we arrived about 3:15 p.m., thinking that we’d waltz right in. … Continue reading

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Banking a Fifth Third Better? Bank Mathematics Under the Microscope


This is a true story, one that doesn’t have an ending yet. Another title for this piece could have been “Bank Mathematics: When $1,350 + $4,650=-$3,300.” On the evening of February 22, 2019, when my Fifth Third checking account balance … Continue reading

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Wall or No Wall: That is the Question


Whether the United States needs a wall on its southern border is the question of the day. Wall proponents simply point out the macro (most other countries have a wall or partition of some kind at their borders, so why … Continue reading

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