Tim Bryce

Tim Bryce

Tim Bryce is a freelance writer and management consultant located in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. His blog can be found at: timbryce.com

  • Tim Bryce
    Published 7 months ago
    Politicizing the Coronavirus

    Politicizing the Coronavirus

    BRYCE ON POLITICS - Who would have ever thought this would happen? Click for AUDIO VERSION. Panics are a fascinating subject, particularly from a management perspective. They are usually caused by some catastrophe, be it man-made or an act of God. We can make some preparations for disaster, but they do not normally accommodate all situations. This means we are forced to react to a panic, such as a cattle stampede triggered by a bolt of lightning. Instead of being proactive, we then must rely on our leaders to take the reigns to restore order and correct the problem.
  • Tim Bryce
    Published 11 months ago
    Trump is Beating the Swamp

    Trump is Beating the Swamp

    BRYCE ON POLITICS - Score another "win" for the president and the American people. Click for AUDIO VERSION. Despite resistance from the Congress, President Trump has made considerable progress in his first term; he has reshaped the federal courts to enforce the Constitution, he has moved the American embassy in Israel to Jerusalem (something other presidents promised to do, but failed to deliver), he has rebuilt our military and is assisting veterans, illegal immigration is being slashed, he made several key trade deals (particularly the recent USMCA to replace NAFTA), he crushed ISIS, and introduced policies and programs resulting in a booming economy of historic proportions. Despite all this, perhaps his biggest achievement is taking "The Swamp" to task and is beating them.
  • Tim Bryce
    Published 12 months ago
    What I Have Learned About the Democrats

    What I Have Learned About the Democrats

    BRYCE ON POLITICS – The nuances by which they operate. Click for AUDIO VERSION. I have been active in politics for nearly 48 years now as a Republican and have witnessed many changes to the party over the years. I have campaigned for candidates, served on political board of directors, served as a correspondent at political events, and have written about politics for well over a decade. As a political pundit, I am pleased to have correctly predicted the outcome of the 2016 and 2018 elections, and no, I certainly didn’t do it by studying the polls (which are useless).
  • Tim Bryce
    Published 12 months ago
    The Whistleblower Rule Is Wrong

    The Whistleblower Rule Is Wrong

    BRYCE ON POLITICS - And may very well violate the Constitution. Click for AUDIO VERSION. The impeachment inquiry of President Trump has taken center stage in the political campaign of 2020, even to the point of overshadowing press coverage of the Democrat presidential candidates. The inquiry focuses on a statement from an alleged whistleblower who expressed concern regarding a telephone call the President had with the incoming President of the Ukraine. As of this writing, the whistleblower's identity remains anonymous. Frankly, we do not know if this is one person or several as the complaint appears to have been written by a team of lawyers. As a result, the President and his representatives cannot ask questions of his accuser.
  • Tim Bryce
    Published about a year ago
    The Political Money Game

    The Political Money Game

    BRYCE ON POLITICS - Donations suggest popularity. Click for AUDIO VERSION. The donations received by political candidates is a strong indicator of their popularity. The more the candidate receives, the stronger their position becomes as it will be used for promotional purposes. The numbers for the last reporting quarter (3rd) to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) was recently concluded with some interesting results.
  • Tim Bryce
    Published about a year ago
    Republican Women Get Active

    Republican Women Get Active

    BRYCE ON POLITICS - They are passionate about politics. Click for AUDIO VERSION. For a long time, the Democrats have been trying to intimidate women voters, just as they have done with minority groups. Their message is clear, "Only a fool would vote Republican; any woman with half a brain should vote Democrat." They simply cannot imagine anyone, particularly women, supporting President Trump or Republican candidates. This has been going on for a long time, and is indicative of their demeaning perspective of women. There is one problem, a lot of women are not buying it.