Monthly Archives: October 2011

OWS: Nothing much has changed since 1970

I heard something interesting today on the Monica Crowly radio show. Back in the 70s Bill Ayers was heard to say something to this effect, “Just get them into the streets. They will bring their own motivations; we will give … Continue reading

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Occupy: Judgement

I’ve seen enough of the messages coming out of OWS to know what they are talking about. They are attacking the wrong things. They are attacking too many things. And they are being manipulated by the hard Left (socialists, unions, … Continue reading

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Social Justice

Have you noticed that the conclusions of socialism always sound so reasonable and good while the underlying philosophy remains devoid of virtue?

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Bribery is the sin of our day …

A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves largesse from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates promising … Continue reading

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What Occupy Wall Streeters Don’t Seem to Know

The Occupy Wall Street demonstrations across the nation are the bottom line level of political activity. When the government becomes oppressive it is no longer an option, but the duty of the citizens to disobey and challenge the oppressive rules/laws. … Continue reading

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Alabama

We talk a little slower in Alabama, but our minds run fast and our hearts run hot. My home is a land of fiery intellect and burning passion.

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Violence in the Spring

I cannot say it will be widespread, but this OWS thing is setting the stage. In the end I think it will turn out to be a giant recruiting campaign for the hard left. The rhetoric will no doubt continue … Continue reading

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The Mind of a Warrior

Life is sacred. It cannot be restored once taken. It cannot be given by a single man or woman. To take a life is to give an offense that cannot be ungiven. To kill a man is to destroy part … Continue reading

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Inalienable Rights

I will talk about the Right of Free Speech. These principles apply to all of our Inalienable Rights. I share some common ground with the anarchists, some with the libertarians. I start with the individual, equip him with all necessary … Continue reading

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Opening Vollies

I get the suggestion that Occupy Wall Street might be something different in the way of protests, but the logic required to see coherence in their actions is tortuous. For my part I am hearing the same message from this … Continue reading

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