Monthly Archives: July 2013

“I Stand Here a Freed Slave.”

The Honorable Sheila Jackson Lee (D Texas) (b. 1/12/1950) is in the news again with her name floated as a possible Director of Homeland Security. The title is a quote from a speech she gave on the floor of the … Continue reading

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Global Warming Update: Mann v. Steyn

Non-plussed by Judge Greene’s ruling last week attorneys for Mark Steyn and National Review have filed a motion to reconsider. What is the problem? It seems that Judge Greene confused the actions of the Plaintiff with those of the defendants … Continue reading

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Trayvon’s Mom and Stand Your Ground

“Stand Your Ground” laws are evil? Really? Are we ethically and legally required to flee in the face of evil? Many in our government would have it so. Apparently so would Trayvon’s Mom. Six to one, half a dozen to … Continue reading

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What We Need in Washington

While reading through the US Constitution earlier today it occurred to me that we do not live in a Democracy. We live instead in a Representative Republic. While the elites in government are bemoaning the lack of “leadership”, the rest … Continue reading

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A Plea to My Congress

[This is an open letter to Senators Jeff Sessions and Richard Shelby and all members of Congress who still support the Constitution of the United States of America. I could have mentioned a host of issues, but here I concentrate … Continue reading

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The Idiocy of Affirmative Action in Combat

I was going to rail on about this latest proposal for our military. I was going to say things that have been said hundreds, thousands of times over the last few decades as we have debated the Women in Combat … Continue reading

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Trayvon and Brain Injury

Just in case you thought there might be a question whether Zimmerman was in danger of serious bodily injury getting punched MMA style with the back of his head on a concrete sidewalk — Plopping into a chair generates about … Continue reading

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Global Warming Goes to Court

Next chapter in the continuing saga of “As the Climate Turns”. This article from American Thinker by Darren Jonescu gives a clear explanation of the recent ruling by Judge Greene of the Washington DC circuit court concerning Climate Change, Global … Continue reading

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UK Docs Demand Fair Pay; UK Patients Demand Free Care

Some people worry about the future of the American health care system, especially how health care will change under B. Hussein Obama’s signature legislation ObamaCare. Today, July 25, 2013, I see dire prophecy in a British newspaper headline: “As the … Continue reading

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Cry Havoc for the American Republic, Cry Havoc!

”   Blood and destruction shall be so in use And dreadful objects so familiar That mothers shall but smile when they behold Their infants quarter’d with the hands of war; All pity choked with custom of fell deeds: And Caesar’s … Continue reading

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