Monthly Archives: December 2011

A Brief Open Letter to the Speaker of the House

Dear Speaker Boehner, Harry Reid has outmaneuvered you all year long. It is painfully obvious that your team cannot match his team playing by his rules. I have a suggestion: From now on, the Republican House will consider one and … Continue reading

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Extreme Caution Advised!

FOX News just reported that the authorities in California are saying they suspect the arsonists in the recent rash of automobile fires are “active duty military”. CAUTION! When is the last time this administration lied to us? Every G** D***ed … Continue reading

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Recommendation For GOP Nomination

If Michelle Bachmann cannot win I will support Newt Gingrich for the nomination. He is not as conservative as I am. He is not as dependable as he should be. Why is he the second best choice? Bachmann has the … Continue reading

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American Morality and Iranian Nukes

It has been argued, especially from the Left (Ron Paul included), that we have no interest and no moral justification to impede Iran’s attempts to acquire nuclear weapons. The Left goes even further in the person of Ron Paul to … Continue reading

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Scary Changes on the Internet

We don’t need to wait for the Internet Protection act to pass. Iran withdrew from the non-proliferation treaty, right after their Islamic Revolution. The scary part of their withdrawal is not that they feel themselves no-longer bound by that treaty. … Continue reading

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Thoughts too deep for tears.

The final line of Wordsworth’s “Ode to Immortality”. Here are some things that are for me “too deep for tears”. Obama and the rise of the American Progressives along with the loss of traditional American self-reliance and ingenuity. Ron Paul’s … Continue reading

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We Have Already Lost Iraq

Today I heard Michael Rubin (http://www.aei.org/scholar/michael-rubin), noted Middle East expert say during a radio interview, “We have already lost Iraq.” His reasoning goes like this: Less than 48 hours after the last convoy of American troops left Iraq there were … Continue reading

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Beginning Principle From Which All Else Flows

Life. Property. Self-Determination. Limited only by the equivalent rights of others. A man can sacrifice all of his own rights by violating the rights of another. A merciful man responds to the violation of his rights by: Teaching the violator; … Continue reading

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Ethics

It does not matter whether your ethics are grounded in revealed religion or reasoned observation, the key to being an ethical person is the decision to live and die by those ethics and the realization that every human on the … Continue reading

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When the Republic Falls

When Tebow is vilified for praying, when the 10 commandments, foundation of western law, is forbidden on public property, when religious symbols are taken down by government thugs, when the standard is offensive intent instead of individual freedom of speech, … Continue reading

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