Presidential Candidate Preview: Evan McMillan

So, I was holding off on mentioning any of the Presidential candidates until something newsworthy came up about them.  The problem is that the two front runners for the office of POTUS are such jokes, there isn’t enough media time to give any of the tertiary candidates free air time.  Not to mention, that most of the rest of the candidate are too stable to ever warrant air time because of something outrageous they did. Until now, I haven’t spent a lot of time studying McMillan.  While I think he is sincere in his candidacy, I believe that he is

The Art of War on the Health Care Debate

I have been reading the Art of War these past couple of days.  And I couldn’t help but think about Senator Nancy Pelosi’s and Senator Harry Reid’s actions these past few days as I read this: IX. The Army on the March 24. Humble words and increased preparations are signs that the enemy is about to advance. Violent language and driving forward as if to the attack are signs that he will retreat. This will be an interesting test of Sun Tzu’s words. But I definitely feel that the many words from Senator Reid are a sign that he knows