Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Specter of Detroit

Forget about the guy in the black robe and cowl.  There is a far more frightening vision lurking about the fringes of our American image and it is imminent and far-reaching. Once there was a time when Detroit was  the … Continue reading

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The Real Obama

Once again, the lying, incompetent poseur who inhabits the White House has allowed us a glimpse of his true self.  He must have managed to craftily avoid his handlers on Friday, July 19 when he appeared unannounced at the traditional … Continue reading

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A View From the Disenfranchised

Every now and then I discover something so well-written and complete that I decide to post it “as is” since I do not see any way that I could do it better in my own words. This is one of … Continue reading

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America on the Brink

The most recent (and highly egregious) violation of the rule of law by the current administration is its failure to implement on schedule the Affordable Care Act requirement for “small businesses” to pay a fine if they have over fifty … Continue reading

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Amereurope

If anyone cares to notice just how far America has fallen, consider that for the first time in our history there are more people who get some sort of food assistance from government sources than there are working full-time here … Continue reading

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Republicans Are a Disappointment

At least to me. For many years I was a registered Republican, having talked myself into accepting that the tenets of the Republican Party were more in line with my life preferences than were the Democrats.  I freely admit to … Continue reading

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