Monthly Archives: September 2013

Living in a Bad Neighborhood

Who are we? I have the impression that more and more Americans are leaving the Republican Party in disgust. They are not going Democrat. Generally they are not going Libertarian. Where are the Conservative Voters going? Some of us are … Continue reading

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The Real Villains Among Us

Disgusting! The democrats have said, “all or nothing”. The House republicans have offered a compromise, “everything except ObamaCare”. Now the democrats and the press are blaming the House republicans for wanting to “shut down the government”. Say what? It’s the … Continue reading

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HS Student Charged with Felony Game Playing

Septermber 22, 2013 In the news today a high school student committed a felony by not shooting up his school. The student in Gray, Louisiana’s high school was arrested and charged with “terrorizing” and “interfering with the function of a … Continue reading

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Obama: A For-Real Socialist Dictator

Newt is always good for a look at how the Professional Politician views any developing situation in Washington. The trouble with Gingrich’s analysis is that BamBam is not bluffing. He really believes he has the kind of power it takes … Continue reading

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Federal Shutdown Doesn’t Hurt Anybody!

There are calls among the people to shut down the government rather than fund ObamaCare. This sentiment is based on the idea that ObamaCare is a financial disaster and a serious threat to individual freedom. The truth is far far … Continue reading

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Obama, Wandering in the Mystic Forest

September 19, 2013 There is a disturbing common thread in the Congressional debates making the news lately. The media reports statements from all sides of these debates with typical sound bites. The sound bites are disturbing to anyone who tries … Continue reading

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May God Have Mercy and Compassion on Their Souls

As the details of the Navy Yard shooting become clear and the details of the shooter’s recent past also become known, the conclusion we must reach on this incident also becomes clear. Unfortunately, the obvious conclusion is one of the … Continue reading

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Long Live the US King!

This is one of the most disturbing things Mr. Obama has done in his entire term of office. It continues his insistence on absolute power and moves us significantly closer to One Man Rule. In 1776 we fought a Revolution … Continue reading

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Political Parties: Republic or Utopia?

The replacement for the Republican Party is already in place. Surprisingly that replacement is … the Republican Party reformed by the Tea Party. Fully 1/3rd of Independents are independent because they cannot find a political party both rational and far … Continue reading

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War Criminals? Possibly.

The dance between Obama and Putin is eerily macabre. It gives me pause, though. While on active duty I served in positions of responsibility for and over others as an officer duly appointed by congress and by my senior officers … Continue reading

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