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Representative Larsen And My Personal Finances

If you ever give a talk in a coffeehouse, be prepared to pause while the espresso machine shrieks and the barista calls out the drink orders. Rick Larsen, my representative in the House of Representatives in the US Congress, came … Continue reading

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Less Mailbox Wincing

I barely winced. Earlier this week I got out the checkbook, rummaged around for the bills, and paid them without wincing. Until recently, anxiety attacks lived on the periphery of visiting the mailbox, opening the letters, and checking my bank … Continue reading

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Decisive Power

People impress me. Most of us are able to run our lives much more efficiently than the government is able to run the country. It’s not the government’s fault. It was drawn up that way. Legislators must choose between yes … Continue reading

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