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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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The Dismemberment of America

It took the better part of century to create and integrate the pieces of the plan, but the work begun by the Progressives at the beginning of the twentieth century has resulted in policies that will, if left unchanged, result … Continue reading

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The Great Manipulator

For a short while, I thought that Barack Obama must be one of the luckiest men ever to hold the office of President of the United States. No matter what calamity (mostly of his own making) befell the man, no … Continue reading

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The Syrian Debacle

Watching Obama and Secretary of State Kerry repeatedly fumble the ball while tying to address the crisis in Syria is akin to being trapped in an endless loop of “Dumb & Dumber” movie replays. It was obvious from the beginning … Continue reading

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Syria? Stay Away

The Community-Organizer-In-Chief has decided to branch out and beat the war drums and try to gin up support for a “surgical strike” against Syria in response to a chemical weapons attack against a segment of that country’s civilian population.  This … 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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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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