In support of NJ Senate Bill 2293 “Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act”

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I read two social media editorials by taxpayers encouraging voters to vote against Senate Bill 2293 known as the “Securing Our Children’s Future Bond Act“. This blog post is an editorial in support of the bill. My argument is broken down into a brief listing of the facts followed by four points of personal opinion. […]

Seven things you can do to help disarm the U.S.

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The world is changing at an increasing rate. This is called the “age of accelerations”. Unfortunately our government, our laws, and public attitude is not keeping pace with this rapid pace of change in a way that allows up to effectively process and deal with change1. The gun issue is a high profile, life-and-death example […]

2nd amendment repeal: political mission impossible

Posted 4 CommentsPosted in Leadership, News and Politics, Pennsylvania

1) The US Constitution did not intend to protect the rights of mentally deranged individuals to own modern weapons with massive firepower. 2) The only possible way to effectively address gun violence is to repeal the second amendment. Anything else is a band-aid. 3) I have been a NRA member and gun owner but now […]

The real obstacle to immigration reform

Posted Leave a commentPosted in government, immigration, Leadership, News and Politics

I was glad to see this ‘middle of the road’ balanced and non-political coverage of immigration reform in USAToday. “With no major reforms since 1986, our federal immigration laws must be updated. To enhance security, boost the economy, and deal fairly with immigrants seeking to build the American dream. For too long, Washington has avoided […]

A ‘systems’ approach to business improvement

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Accounting, Leadership, Small Business

Looking for ways to improve your business? It can be overwhelming when you are in the middle of day-to-day operations. Business advisers suggest looking at a business as just a combination of systems. Then looking at each system separately can lead to opportunities to learn more and make improvements. I’m a strong advocate of the […]

My 2017 in two short paragraphs

Posted Leave a commentPosted in aquaculture, Health and wellness, Investment, Law firm, Leadership, nonprofit, Values

The two big personal stories for me in 2017: #1 – Stress Handled I became stressed by the lack of respect for fact, truth, science, logic, law and education expressed in our everyday lives. I became stressed by the observation that other people abandoned traditional core values of charity, sharing, open doors, open borders, nondiscrimination, […]

How do you feel about 2018? (Nine reasons I’m feeling pretty good)

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One of the tax writers I like to follow said today that she is “super worried about 2018”. I asked her what are her largest worries. While waiting for the response I thought about the same question and decide that I feel a lot better about 2018 than I did about 2017 at this time […]