Monthly Archives: April 2012

Michelle Bachmann’s Vote On CISPA

I was surprised to see that Representative Michelle Bachmann voted YES on the recent CISPA legislation in the House. Some have asked me to explain how CISPA could be so bad if it is supported by Bachmann. Here is my … Continue reading

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The CISPA House Vote: Move toward tyranny

This is symptomatic of the Real Problem. Establishment Democrats and Establishment Republicans are all Statists. When I checked the NO votes, my guy was on the list of 28 Republicans, mostly Tea Party reps. Career Politicians are the biggest problem … Continue reading

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“It is true that liberty is precious; so precious that it must be carefully rationed.” — Vladimir Lenin

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Call to Arms

We have been riding on the riches of the Greatest Generation. Now instead of taking the socialist promises of Social Security (Socialism), we owe to them and to all previous generations of Americans to deliver in our final decades the … Continue reading

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The Gift: a true story

I walked in to check his IV medications. His sunken eyes followed me across the room and then followed my hands as I verified the labels on the IV bottles and checked the lines down to his arm and to … Continue reading

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The Truth About Health Care

I hate to say this, but the truth has to get out somehow. Insurance in the US is a business deal between two contracting entities, the company and the client. As with everything else in a contract, the denial decision … Continue reading

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Something Fishy in the Secret Service

I hate to sound conspiratorial, but this it exactly the kind of move we might expect if Obama thinks the November election goes to the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) like the 2000 election in Florida. If he can expand the power … Continue reading

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We must all hang together …

If we think of the election in military terms where defeat at the polls is roughly equivalent to losing a battle. In November this year it may be the final battle of the war. Ron Paul (RP) is a wild … Continue reading

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Why Vote for Romney?

We have the same problem among conservatives that the Progressives had after FDR. Some wanted immediate change while others insisted that gradual change would work better. The gradual crowd was right and took 100 years to get us where we … Continue reading

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How Important Is November 6th?

Between now and November expect increasing IRS persecution of individuals and groups who have taken political positions opposed to the administration. On November 6th any result other than a profound defeat for the administration is proof of wide spread voter … Continue reading

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