Why America Doesn’t Need another Kennedy in the U.S. Senate

In 1783, the American Revolutionary War came to an end. Victory was had, but it came at a steep price. The outcome was significant. America would be an independent nation, free of monarchy, dynasty, and dictatorship. Since that time, America has continued to exhibit distaste for dynasty in our political system. With the exception of […]

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The South Carolina Governor Stands Tall

Last month, South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford officially rejected a portion of South Carolina’s federal stimulus hand out. His decision was met with both tears of joy and tears of frustration and outrage, depending upon your viewpoint. While much will be made from all sides, one thing remains clear to me: this is a principled […]

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A Big Win for “Politics as Usual”

With the 2nd week of February now under our belt and a $787 bill emergency spending / stimulus bill now passed by both houses of congress and on its way to the President’s desk for signing into law, one thing became very clear during the past week…the game of “politics as usual” has won once […]

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An Enlightened Lesson from “Charlie Wilson’s War”

Over the holidays I had the opportunity to watch the movie Charlie Wilson’s War. For anyone interested in politics or simply how government works, this movie is an absolute must. Despite the drunkenness and debaucher the movie contained valuable lessons for the Enlightened Entrepreneur. My favorite lesson comes at the very end of the feature […]

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