President Barack Obama’s idea of bipartisanship is a willingness to give a small part of the tax cut to taxpayers who actually pay taxes.

You have no say about your birth, and little or nothing about your death. The best you can do is to try to make the interval between them useful and pleasant.

Money and happiness can co-exist, but only happiness can live a meaningful life without the other.

Ignorance and fuzzy thinking can be seen singly or as a couple, except in Congress, where they seem to be inseparable.

Too many politicians with promise go astray by making too many of them.

Ignorance may be bliss, but knowledge can make it worthwhile.

Honor can’t be bought, but it can be taught, nurtured and lived.

Good looks can’t be all that important in politics, when one checks out our current leaders in Congress.

President Obama chose as Secretary of the Treasury a guy who repeatedly failed to pay his taxes. Is this “Change we can believe in”?

The Wall Street Boardroom Bandits, that finagled and accepted huge bonuses running into the billions, prove once again there is no honor among thieves.

On the Gall Index with a scale of 1 to 10, those Wall Street CEOs who raided their treasuries of millions in bonuses before running their companies into complete financial failures register at least an 11.