Monthly Archives: May 2012

Trayvon Martin: This juror has decided

Okay. I think we finally have enough evidence released to the public to make a rational reconstruction of the Zimmerman/Martin case in Florida. Zimmerman told the dispatcher he didn’t know where Martin was. That shows he quit following and completely … Continue reading

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Catholics and the Mandate: A matter of principle?

Can an institution claim religious exception under the Constitution while accepting federal funds? In my opinion, the vital determination for the answer is the source of funding. There can be no question that the Catholic Church has the right to … Continue reading

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If I eat fast …

I can eat my cake and have it too … at least for a little while.

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False Economic Reports?

For 15 straight weeks our government has severely UNDER reported unemployment. Each of those weeks the headline numbers have been quietly revised upwards while the Executive continues to use the unrevised numbers in its political campaign. This is indicative of … Continue reading

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Socialism, Progressivism, and Liberalism

“Socialism” : the social convention formerly described as “slavery”, but they made “slavery” illegal. “Progressive” : what they call themselves so you won’t know they are Socialists. “Liberal” : state of mind where a person wants very badly to believe … Continue reading

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How to find a job

From my personal “For What It’s Worth” files: I may not be the best resume adviser. In mine I emphasize my accomplishments and keep the job description stuff to a minimum, just enough so that the person reading it can … Continue reading

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