Monthly Archives: November 2011

Let’s have no talk of revolution among conservatives!

Careful what you wish for fellow conservatives. I oppose talk of revolution or secession. Part of the reason is that we are actually much closer to the reality than at any other time in our history since 1861. Here’s the … Continue reading

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Human Rights and the Death Sentence

I see a problem here. Rights exist by virtue of being human. Other humans can deprive one of those rights, but cannot grant them. Any human, organization, mob, or government that attempts to deprive a human of his/her inalienable rights … Continue reading

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Essential before you cast your vote!

With the election cycle heating up and the first GOP primary less than 90 days away, I thought it might be helpful to remind American voters that we have been sold a Bill of Goods over the last 75 years … Continue reading

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Economic Theory

The dominant economic theory used by governments worldwide is Political Expediency.

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Unintended Consequences of Feminism

A recent article by Dennis Prager caught me by surprise. After much thought I have decided to respond to Mr. Prager’s article which you can find here: http://townhall.com/columnists/dennisprager/2011/11/01/four_legacies_of_feminism Let’s refer to the modern young American adult male as the “demasculinized … Continue reading

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I am convinced …

that Anthropomorphic Global Warming has become a religion immune to both critical thinking and accurate scientific inquiry.

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