Monthly Archives: December 2014

15 More for ’15

I did not intend to publish predictions for 2015.  If you guess correctly, no one really cares.  If you are wrong, it merely provides fodder for those who disagree with you to question your intelligence. These are the joys of online discourse today. All of that said, I was discussing the electoral results with a […]

On committees, Cathys, phantom ballots — and a refreshing lack of conspiracy

Cynthia: Mike, a Republican-led committee of legislators in Augusta solved the Senate District 25 mystery this week, and a committee led by Democrats in Washington uncovered torture committed by the CIA. Is committee work back in fashion? Mike: Committee work is rarely fashionable, mostly bureaucratic, and oftentimes boring. Yet, as we saw in Augusta on […]