Monthly Archives: November 2012

Deja Vu

Those who self-describe as ‘conservative’ have a problem. Each group of ‘conservatives’ is attached to one or two key issues over which they refuse to compromise. We have come to the point where conservatives are unable to unite and this … Continue reading

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On Man Made Law

A friend of mine said: “Overdose on drugs it affects no one. Get aids it affects no one. Commit suicide it affects no one. Sounds like selfishness to me.” Selfish indeed. It is part of Natural Law that all of … Continue reading

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Great Men and Great Villains

Election? Not happy. I’ve been saying for some time now that an Obama win would be proof of serious election fraud. I’m thinking it was stolen. There’s one district in Florida where 141% of the registered voters voted, stories from … Continue reading

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Ten Years to Despotism

On November 6th my crystal ball shattered. I have now glued it back together and successfully divined the most likely course of our politics over the next decade. Here is what I see through the lens. Obama has been cutting … Continue reading

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