Posts Tagged ‘House’

What kind of responsibility?

May 13, 2010

Fiduciary: (fuh-doo-she-air-e) adj.  of, relating to, or involving a confidence or trust, held or founded in confidence or trust, holding in trust…

My own phonetic representation of this important word is a bit off the standard phonetic structure, but I hope you get the point.  It is important to revisit the definition of this word (here and here) as it affects the very future of the republic.

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The Bribery House rules

March 18, 2010

Watching the United States Congress these days reminds one of the phrase, “Do as I say, not as I do.” We have developed exponential rules upon rules for lobbyists and their contacts with legislators, rules for campaign finance and execution, rules for everything. The one place we have developed few rules is the United States Congress. At least our expectations point to that fact.

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Sen. Jim Bunning – a man of the People

March 10, 2010

If you’ve been watching the news over the past week, it’s likely that you’ve heard about Senator Jim Bunning, R-KY and his one-man revolution in the Senate. While the President and members of the House and Senate were arguing over Health Care reform, Bunning was standing up for the American taxpayer.

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