In the last couple months, I’ve found myself (as usual): multi-tasking. I’ve been out to campaign on the back roads of Ohio several times. I’ve been working on a big house painting project in Bluffton (“Joe the Painter”). Liz (the ‘almost First Lady’) and I have been taking regular evening bicycle rides and attending some of our son Jonathan’s Summer League Basketball games. And I’ve been writing some articles for my wife’s magazines. One of the most recent interviews have been with a professor of biology at the University of Findlay. Among other things, he said advances in the field of genetics of late could open the door for things like: a cure for cancer. What’s more, he said such factors as stress management and nutrition are key components in the immune system’s ability to fight carcinogens in the system now. [There’s an emphasis on this in our Healthcare position paper.] Note: Oh yeah, and I forgot to mention… During he past two months, I’ve been regularly cutting the lawn and tending the garden at our home on Main Street (that’s the street name, literally!) How’s that for populist? And my wife will probably having me doing the same at the White House. LOL (sort of).