Here is my second interview with former US Ambassador Chase Untermeyer. My first interview is here.
I had the privilege of speaking to Chase Untermeyer about the state of affairs in the Middle East. Untermeyer was Ambassador to Qatar from 2004-2007 […]
For those of you who read my original post regarding the purchase of an Asus RT-AC66U dual-band wireless router, here’s the latest: I received my […]
On October 24th of this year (2014), I purchased an Asus RT-AC66U wireless router from Amazon.com. In mid-December, the 5Ghz router frequency stopped working. Resetting […]
Ghetto economics happens when authority figures, typically politicians and/or their agents, limit other people’s ability to pursue happiness or liberty. For example, we classify opposition […]
“Ghetto Economics” refers to a set of policies and/or customs which tend to adversely impact relatively powerless, marginalized communities. Ironically, the policies are […]
Kudos and special thanks to Howie Carr for mentioning Tony Crayton in his October 31 column. In July of 1993, Thomas M. Menino began his […]
Thomas M. Menino, a Boston institution, passed away today. His legacy will be recounted by other, far more savvy observers, than I. However, I […]