Monthly Archives: February 2008

Leap Day

After I hit the “Publish” button I realized that this is the first leap day since I started blogging. Amazing that it’s been almost 4 years (since June 2004) and this is the first February 29th.

Posted in life | Tagged , | Comments Off on Leap Day
Similar Posts -- Interesting Idea - Pearl of Great Price (and other parables) - Shadows of Life - Spam Watch - Refinance Loans - Honorary Eagles

Doing Good

In an effort to get back into the writing habit after a very tumultuous few days – here’s something rather light. I stumbled onto this video and it took me back to my time in Missouri where I first started … Continue reading

Posted in culture, life | Tagged , | Comments Off on Doing Good
Similar Posts -- Done in Wisdom and Order - I Gave at the Office - Kiva

Connecting Clinton with Romney

I’m sure that title sounds like a kind of heresy here in Utah, but I can’t help noticing in the last week that the supporters of Hillary Clinton are sounding very much like the supporters of Mitt Romney were sounding … Continue reading

Posted in National, politics | Tagged , | 6 Comments
Similar Posts -- And Then There Were Two (Each) - A Voters Guide - Primary Season is Finally Over - Bloggers - Turn Out Utah - Uncommitted in Michigan

Another Year-Round Idea

The Spectrum did a good job in Year-round Advantages of listing pluses and minuses to the idea of year-round school. Though the title says this is about the advantages they are good enough to acknowledge the well-known drawbacks. I also … Continue reading

Posted in politics, State | Tagged , | 2 Comments
Similar Posts -- Compulsory Education - Pick Your Poison - Quality Argument - More Voucher Debate - Vouchers and Public Education

Buyers of Medical Services

Reach Upward nails it again when he talks about Serving Medical Customers. One of the primary rules of economics is that suppliers do their best to supply what buyers actually demand. Who are the real buyers of medical services? Not … Continue reading

Posted in National, politics, State | Tagged , | 10 Comments
Similar Posts -- Suggestions on Health Care - Fiscal Realism - Health Insurance Isn't Insurance - A Novel Approach - Willing Suspension of Disbelief