Monthly Archives: March 2012

Let the Race Riots Begin

Using evidence from Zimmerman’s arrival at the police station and disregarding the fact that emergency services treated him at the scene some have concluded that he had no blood on his head. Using the same fuzzy video some have concluded … Continue reading

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The Court Jester Speaks

I have found in my journey through life to this moderately advanced age that every group needs somebody who can point to the obvious with dignity, without appearing the complete fool. Although I would have preferred a higher calling were … Continue reading

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Just War?

The Science of War exists only in the execution. The beginnings of war are myriad, often emotional, rarely logical, and always deeper than whatever casus belli is claimed. This is not to say war is unjustified, only that it is … Continue reading

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American Monarchy Is Here

I hesitate to eliminate the concept of the Executive Order. In general, it makes sense as an administrative tool when used to implement the laws passed by congress. In this case the timing and the misuse of the Strategic Reserve … Continue reading

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Reflections on Who We Are

To my fellows, the Children of Anglo-Saxon Civilization, Totalitarianism names the great enemy of civilization in these times, indeed throughout most of human history. Totalitarianism includes a broad definition of  socialism also, because all flavors disallow individual freedom and liberty. … Continue reading

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Man Is Inherently Good

Here is a concept I believe to be true, not in the sense that it is a better idea. This concept is true in the sense of basic unchangeable Laws of the Universe. Man is inherently good. Life itself is … Continue reading

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We Need Honorable Men …

We need honorable men who will do what is right, respect the rights of others, protect the weak, assist the poor, and educate the ignorant; men who will stand in holy places in strength as shining examples for all who … Continue reading

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Pledge

I will not comply.

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No More First Amendment – Thanks Obama!

Everyone by now has heard about the Obama administration’s assault on the First Amendment through his attack on the Catholic Church. Yesterday he continued his all out assault on the First Amendment. Now it is a federal crime to protest … Continue reading

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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…

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