Category Archives: Politics

Forget the Web Site; let’s 404 the Law!

It is with considerable amusement that many of us in IT and related fields have watched the healthcare.gov comedic tragedy of bad planning, testing, and deployment.  It is a Very Bad Thing, a model of how any software project, let … Continue reading

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The utter futility of the current “Gun Control” philosophy, and a suggested replacement

This is prompted by a Facebook post by my son Christopher (http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/christopher.chuvala), who wrote there : First off, let me say that I think gun control won’t be very helpful. Criminals will get their guns just like how drug users get … Continue reading

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No excuse for voters, though!

In response to my “Excuses, excuses” entry (http://blog.chuvala.com/?p=146), a FB friend longed for a plan from either party that sounded workable, and ended by saying “I wish we could just disband the blues and the reds.” My response: I get … Continue reading

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Excuses, excuses….

After catching up on some recent news, I feel sorry for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.  The economic, domestic, and foreign policy messes they are about to inherit are enormous — unprecedented, even.  Well, at least they have a solid … Continue reading

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Decision 2012: The One Question to Ask Yourself

Credit Charles Krauthammer, in his 8/12/12 Op-Ed piece: “Are better off now than you were 5 trillion dollars ago?” Vote Romney/Ryan in November!  It’s time to retire the amateurs.

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Forget the Birth Certificate, it’s the Leadership that’s Fake!

A dear friend forwarded an Email about authentication problems with President Obama’s birth certificate. The following was my response. Comments, anyone? ——– Given how badly and awkwardly the whole birth certificate thing was handled by the White House, I’d not … Continue reading

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