Category Archives: Mind Wanderings

There’s No Crying in Baseball, There are Tears on Saturn

The Business of Baseball, not in the public interest. Let me preface this piece by saying I enjoy going to McCoy Stadium to watch Pawsox Triple-A baseball. Yet, public investment into private business is fraught with risk. This is compounded … Continue reading

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DACA: Trump Upholds the Law and Fails the Spirit of America

President Trump’s decision to rescind support for DACA correctly recognizes immigration reform as a responsibility of Congress. Congress enacts laws, the President enforces those laws, and the Courts ensure the laws meet constitutional standards. As much as I may disagree … Continue reading

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Reaching the End and Realizing What Really Matters….

I posted this 3 years ago after completing the Appalachian Trail. Once you’ve hiked the trail, you never really leave it. I think it’s important to remind myself, and all of us, or what really matters in this life September 3, … Continue reading

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Sex for Sale, Who’s Buying?

One of the news headlines out of Providence the other day was a story about a police raid at a brothel. Such raids are a rarity and the word caught my eye. Brothel is such an interesting word. Thought to … Continue reading

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Two Cops got Shot the Other Day

Originally posted on The Writing of Joe Broadmeadow:
Two Boston Cops got shot the other day . Not one street protest about how their lives matter. Not one demand for stricter controls on the kind of person who shot them…

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Unintended Lessons from Nazis

Meeting free speech with arms and violence is tyranny, whether it be alt-right, Antifa, or otherwise. Imposing one’s philosophy by force of arms or violence is the vilest form of Anti-Americanism there is. We are our own worst terrorists. 620,000 … Continue reading

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Presidential Words

Yesterday I posted something on Facebook that sparked a discussion. I’ve made no secret of my contempt and disagreement with President Trump. However, I was rightfully called out for my statements that, while reflective of many Americans impression of the … Continue reading

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