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A two-party political system is only one party away from becoming a single-party system. Now a single-party political system doesn’t have to be a bad thing. North Korea, China, and Iraq all have a single party. The Soviet Union had but one political party. I’m fairly certain that the Taliban is the only party in… Continue reading When a Two Party System Loses a Party
Cowboy Hamburger Stew 1-1 1/2 lbs ground beef or game meat3 stalks celery1 can whole corn3-4 potatoes2-3 carrots2 zucchiniGranulated garlic powderSaltPepper Brown meat with diced up celery and season with garlic salt and pepper. DO NOT DRAIN When meat is done add the can of corn juice and all. I sometimes peel my potatoes and… Continue reading Cowboy Hamburger Stew
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With the Biden decision to raise the ethanol limit in gasoline to 15%, the question of getting the ethanol out becomes significant to folks who drive older cars, run small engines, etc. Fifteen years back, I was at SDSU, and rumors were running that the 10% ethanol maximum wasn’t a reality if you filled up… Continue reading Gasoline, Ethanol and the Scientific Method
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This Summer is a special time for watching wildlife. Some old friends, like the goose and the red-wing blackbird have passed on, and the different behavior of their replacements reminds me that they are no longer with us. The improved vision after the cataract surgery brings vivid colors and acuity that departed about sixty years… Continue reading The Views of Summer
Two Supreme Court decisions are getting a lot of press, a lot of comments. I once took an undergrad course in Constitutional Law – and emerged from the 10 week session having heard a lot of lectures on the 14th amendment, and the explanation that the Supreme Court makes the call based on the Constitution. … Continue reading The Supreme Court Didn’t Change Much Here
Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other. -Benjamin Franklin
I’ve written before about the many jobs that require a license. Teaching is among those, but a teaching license isn’t as inaccessible as it first appears. There are technically eight licenses in education offered by the state of Montana- for practical purposes, there are really only three that matter to someone considering beginning a career… Continue reading A License to Teach