So, who are the most well-liked Governors in the US?

by Skip April 19, 2018

Voila! (reformatted, emphasis mine):  Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker(R)  Approval/disapproval – 71/16 Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan(R) 68/17 Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (67/17) Vermont Gov. Phil Scott (65/21) New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (63/21) South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard (62/24) Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead (61/25) Utah Gov. Gary Herbert (60/23) North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum (58/22) Nevada Gov. […]

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Terrible Public Policy

by Steve MacDonald July 1, 2015
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Governors are looking for ways to push back against the Supreme Court ruling mandating Gay Marriage. The Hill has an article and it includes this gem. Gay rights activists warn that any acts of perceived defiance would threaten to undermine the legal system. “It’s a dangerous message for southern governors to disobey an order from the […]

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From Public Servants to Rulers

by Skip June 20, 2014

Sadly, we see in this Obama Administration (but starting before it, I’m sore afraid) another instance of public servants now believing that they are above “their” law and have become Rulers when their illicit behavior affects those of us who are just law abiding – a double standard. From Betsy’s Page: This gives the scandal […]

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Political Elites say, “Protect us and our families”, but Not the “Common Folk”

by Don January 11, 2013

What do American Presidents and Vice-Presidents, their wives and children, foreign Heads of State, many Governors, big city Mayors, large Company CEOs, prominent directors, actors, singers, and other entertainers, and the children of many wealthy people in Washington, DC, and other wealthy “elites” have in common? They carry guns or have armed guards to keep […]

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Can We Agree On The Value Of Broadband?

by Steve MacDonald July 25, 2011

The most recent such move is the purchase of T-Mobile by AT&T. (Would that make them AT&T&T?) The debate is on whether or not this is good for broadband. Potential competitors say no, obviously, but most almost everyone else seems to think yes.

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