The New Year is upon us and has brought forth many things to anticipate. Individually, we have our New Year’s resolutions, gyms to go to and vegetables to eat. Globally, we have the excitement of the Summer Olympics. And nationally, our country will be on the bumpy ride known as the presidential election. For some of you that means a lot of talk on the news and in the papers of a race you eventually get sick of hearing about. And for others, it brings forth a hope for change.
“No one ever teaches well who wants to teach, or governs well who wants to govern.” Plato I found today’s topic in The Wall Street Journal, in which my article of choice discusses “Rick Perry and Mitt Romney’s clash from the opening bell of Republican presidential candidates’ debate Wednesday … signaling their burgeoning rivalry is likely to dominate the contest in the months ahead.” As I have shared in previous posts, my “political stance” has varied over the years but was f