Category Archives: rule of law

What Will it Take?

This year’s election process qualifies as a three-ring circus. The lame duck President, an arrogant, narcissistic, bumbling, incompetent ideologue deserves a spotlight all his own and with the continuing compliant devotion of a sycophantic mainstream media will continue to bask in his … Continue reading

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A Matter of Morality

The concept of ethical and moral relevancy appears to have been firmly implanted in contemporary American society due to the continuing efforts of a “new social class” that emerged in Europe during the period 1749-1889, as described in an essay penned by … Continue reading

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Our Divided Nation

How ironic that when he was elected Barack Obama had made a great show of promising to unite America and thereby won the support of legions of gullible voters who viewed him as the answer to all of our problems. … Continue reading

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The Destruction of America Continues

Barack Obama promised change and he is delivering on that promise.  Unfortunately for America, Mr. Obama fed the voters a load of fertilizer that was eagerly accepted as perfume and rolled in accordingly by the guilt-laden, the gullible and the avaricious … Continue reading

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Freedom

For  years now I had questioned the growing opinions that I heard from sources I consider both right and left of center that America is descending into the grip of at least an “administrative state” and at worst a “police state”.  I … Continue reading

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One By One

According to a Pew Research Center survey conducted March 21-April 8, 2013 “Americans continue to hold the military in high regard, with more than three-quarters of U.S. adults (78%) saying that members of the armed services contribute “a lot” to society’s well-being”. … Continue reading

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The Dangers of One-Party Rule

“The present Democratic Administration has far exceeded our worst apprehensions … in its general and unvarying abuse of the power intrusted to it by a confiding people” “That the people justly view with alarm the reckless extravagance which pervades every … Continue reading

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Better Get Ready

The jury on the Affordable Health Care and Patient Protection Act is realistically out at this time.  Although there have been some serious missteps (the “rollout” by itself is in a class by its own, not even to consider the numerous … Continue reading

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Regarding 2014

I do not plan on making any promises that I may not keep.  Thus, no New Year’s Resolutions.  There are, however, some things that I would definitely like to see change in the upcoming year. For one thing, I would … Continue reading

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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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