Category Archives: television

Why I Watch Roseanne. @therealroseanne Is A Gem.

Years ago, my wife and I actually watched broadcast television. This was in the time before cable exploded with so many new networks that you couldn’t keep track of them. We watched a couple of shows semi-regulary, among them Home … Continue reading

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W.A.G. Is The Media Mode Today

Once upon a time, in my youth, we had an expression in the intelligence world: “W.A.G. it.” It meant Wild Assed Guess. (Sorry if that offends, but the context is important) “Wagging” was used when you had a minimum amount … Continue reading

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Bad Dog. No Press Briefing For You.

I love the fact that I can watch the White House press briefing on the internet. It gives me an opportunity to work on my language skills and fully appreciate just how smart my dog, Stormy, really is. Because, after … Continue reading

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This Will Be Rather Bare-Bones Regarding Las Vegas

Last week I was in Dallas. I taught a couple of classes on police work and weapons. The last 24 hours have been nothing but weapons and police on television and the internet. My congratulations to all of the writers … Continue reading

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Mighty Quiet In Those Streets Today.

I live in Minnesota. The Twin Cities. Over the weekend, a black cop shot a white woman. Both of them born outside the United States. If we really were the racist, horrible society that some have accused us of being, … Continue reading

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