Monthly Archives: August 2013

What Have We Wrought?

Consider some recent headlines:  an 88-year old WWII vet is beaten so severely by black teenagers that he later dies from his injuries; a mother walking her one-year old in a stroller is first threatened by black teenagers with robbery, … Continue reading

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So Why the Economic Malaise?

Things ain’t right in the USA.  Polls indicate that well over 60% of respondents believe that the country is headed in the wrong direction.  Congress has an approval rating stuck in the low teens and the President’s general approval rating … Continue reading

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It is Part of the Plan

An outsider might well look at the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act and be consumed with wonder over how such an obviously confusing, inefficient, unworkable monstrosity could have become a law of the land. Of course one could … Continue reading

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