Tag Archives: Nepotism

The Joke Continues

I’ve been meaning to send an update on the contest for the 4th Congressional District of Massachusetts, where my good friend, Sean Bielat, is running against an empty suit representing the Kennedy clan. Below, I’ve posted two segments of a … Continue reading

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Is This A Joke?

Last Wednesday, Kennedy scion, Joseph P. Kennedy III announced his bid for the Congressional seat Barney Frank will be vacating later this year. Here are Kennedy’s stated qualifications for the office he seeks: Served as an Assistant District Attorney for … Continue reading

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I Love the Smell of Nepotism in the Morning

I think she meant “modicum.” Not emoticon. 😉

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ROARR’s Guiding Principles (Part III): Equality of Opportunity Does Not Imply Equality of Outcomes

In Part I of this series, I argued a fundamental reason our government is broken is the political selection process favoring ideological warriors over pragmatic problem solvers. I introduced my “Funnel of Futility” theory: as ideology becomes increasingly important in one’s … Continue reading

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