Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Dance of Destruction

A friend of mine recently constructed a good allegory of the current political situation in America. Two men standing on opposite sides of a great chasm tied together by rope and playing tug-of-war trying to pull the other into the … Continue reading

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Left and Right is Wrong

It has been suggested that the political ideology of the TEA Party fails to recognize the realities of left versus right in political discourse. In reality this is the source of most of the world’s misunderstanding of what is going … Continue reading

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Terrorism on Trial

Today a man who helped several other men commit over 200 murders was found Not Guilty on every count except one. Over 200 people died as a result of this Al Qaeda cell’s action. Al Qaeda has declared war on … Continue reading

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Community Organizer

I just got back from a meeting of our local Community Watch. We are a small group, but we have passion. We want to make our neighborhood a safer place to live. Some good things happened in this meeting. We … Continue reading

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Lame Duck Congress: Some things to consider

Before getting into my discussion I must make a distinction between individual rights and the concept of Good and Evil. They are two separate concepts. Good and Evil is a moral judgment and subject to differing interpretations. The basic rights … Continue reading

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Why Socialism/Fascism Does Not Work

Marxist theory postulates a violent revolution followed by the dictatorship of the proletariat, or workers, which in turn withers away into a democratic society wherein all workers are individually free and dedicated to the welfare of their fellow man. The … Continue reading

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Does This Look Like a Normal Contrail?

Does this look like a jet plane to you? Don’t worry. It doesn’t look like that to me either. That’s what our government is saying, though. Do you still trust them? To be fair there are several versions of the … Continue reading

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Mercury Poisoning and Alzheimer’s

Breaking news! Chronic mercury poisoning linked to increasing rates of Alzheimer’s disease! Well, the cable news companies are just now reporting it, but it has been known for 10 years. One must ask, why are we mandating the end of … Continue reading

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How to Win the Culture War

Does it strike anyone as odd that the left has a tendency to ignore the facts behind certain charges in favor of attacks on the accuser’s integrity? The thing that bothers me most is how someone like Glen Beck can … Continue reading

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Wow! I’m a minority! Cool!

I’ve never been a minority before. This could be interesting. I’ve just returned from a surfing trip across the political sites here on WordPress. Do you know how hard it is to find a conservative blog? Damn near impossible. Well… … Continue reading

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