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Election Reflections

All alliteration aside …….. I am particularly pleased with election results here in my home state of Maine where not only was a Republican Governor who was constantly under attack by the Democrats and all manner of special interests convincingly … 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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Under The Gun

In case you have missed it, the alteration of our Representative Republic is proceeding apace.  The Progressives are nearing their goal of transforming America into the “higher form of freedom” promoted by the early nineteenth century German philosopher G.W.F. Hegel (influenced … Continue reading

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Washington at its Worst

The ongoing circus that passes for America’s government these days continues to amaze and dismay much of the public.  Congressional approval ratings, currently in the single numbers, and the fact that Obama’s ratings are at the lowest point in his … 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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