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About this blog: I was a "corporate brat" growing up and lived in different parts of the country, ending in Houston, Texas for high school. After attending college at UC Davis, and getting an MBA at Harvard, I embarked on a marketing career, mai...  (More)

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Debacle in the Gulf Of Mexico
May 28, 2010 12:28 pm
Comments: 94 | Views: 7,046

There are no heroes in this debacle.

I am trying to picture myself as the head of BP, Sec'y of Interior Salazar, and as what I perceived to be an exhausted POTUS... More
Incredibly Flawed Senate and Governor Candidates
Sep 30, 2010 6:15 pm
Comments: 88 | Views: 7,021

I am increasingly disgusted with the character of candidates for State office in California, to whit:

I really have no clue what Senator Barbara Boxer has to... More
Styrophome Recyling
Jan 2, 2011 9:19 am
Comments: 11 | Views: 6,874

My kids gave me as a Christmas present a new toaster oven! (OK, they also gave me a set of DVD's commemerating the awesome SF Giants 2010 baseball season, including... More
Calif. GOP Politics At This Point
Apr 16, 2010 5:59 pm
Comments: 63 | Views: 6,804

I want to make it clear that I think all the people running for Governor and US Senator on the GOP side are actually fine people, to be admired for what they have... More
Sarah Palin at CSU Stanlislaus
Jul 16, 2010 7:45 pm
Comments: 52 | Views: 6,583

I find Ms. Palin to be cut out of the same cloth of Huey Long, George Wallace, and other such populists who presently call themselves "Tea Partiers." Which means... More
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