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A Hidden Cost Of Regulation

As I comment on from time to time [1], I work as a data scientist for an insurance broker that hardly anyone has ever heard of.  In recent months I have been made responsible for processing commissions not only for … Continue reading

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Book Review: Project Zebra

Project Zebra:  Roosevelt And Stalin’s Top Secret Mission Mission To Train 300 Soviet Airmen In America, by M.G. Crisci in collaboration with Gregory Gagarin [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Books Go Social.  All thoughts and opinions … Continue reading

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Sometimes The More You Study Something, The Less You Know It

How does one know humor?  I was struck by this question as I was reflecting upon having read a joke book directed at our current president and the prospect of soon reading another book labeled as humor that involved the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Guidance For Every Child

Guidance For Every Child:  Teaching Young Children To Manage Conflict, by Dan Gartrell [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Edelweiss/Consortium Book Sales & Distribution.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I wanted to like this book … Continue reading

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Book Review: Global Conflict

Children In Our World:  Global Conflict, by Louise Spilsbury, illustrated by Hanane Kai [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Edelweiss/Barron’s Educational Series.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Depending on your own views towards conflict and … Continue reading

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I Guess I’ll Sit Around And Indoctrinate

I must admit that as a reader early on in life I progressed very early to literature that was very serious.  Still, various reasons have kept me from time to time reading and appreciating literature written to and about young … Continue reading

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Book Review: Adamalui

Adamalui:  A Survivor’s Journey From Civil Wars In Africa To Life In America, by Joseph Kaifala [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Edelweiss/Turner Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Despite our obvious differences in backgrounds, … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Tame Dragons And Hush Hyenas

How To Tame Dragons And Hush Hyenas, by Kerry Orchard, illustrated by Roberto Gonzalez [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Author’s Den/Burroughs Manor Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Although I have no children (yet) … Continue reading

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Book Review: Understanding Bible By Design

Understanding Bible By Design, by G. Brooke Lester with Jane S. Webster and Christopher M. Jones [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Edelweiss/Fortress Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This book is a curious case … Continue reading

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Book Review: Stop The Coming Civil War

Stop The Coming Civil War:  My Savage Truth, by Michael Savage In reading this book I was reminded of why I am not a fan of conservatarians like the author, even if we have similar hostility towards leftism.  I was … Continue reading

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