Monthly Archives: November 2013

Anniversary of Assassination

I am not a fan of JFK. On this anniversary instead of endlessly discussing conspiracy theories probably unprovable let’s look at his actual accomplishments. He got a black student into the U. of Alabama. He got another black student into … Continue reading

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Racism? Get real.

Anyone who says, “I am proud of my race,” is saying in truth, “I am a racist.” It doesn’t matter what you are if you define yourself in terms you cannot control. Black is always black. Asian is always asian. … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Iran & Nukes

Barrack offers radical new deal to Iran on nukes. France says it’s too much and bows out immediately. Israel says it’s too much and goes on alert. Iran says it’s not nearly enough and rebukes Barrack. Cute. Real cute, Barrack.

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Enemies

When approaching an enemy despicable and evil remember in his eye he is a good man and you approaching are the evil one. Remembering a captain may find compromise and a soldier may kill him without anger.

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Where is the TEA Party?

TEA Party stands for Taxed Enough Already. In the beginning the Tea Party was a single issue movement. The only commonality between all the various local organizations was the strong opposition to more taxes of any kind. ObamaCare was viewed … Continue reading

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Cassandra Speaks

Cassandra was the Seer in the famous City of Troy. The ancient gods had given her a blessing and curse in one gift. Her blessing was to see the future. Her curse was that no one would ever believe her … Continue reading

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I will not comply

Divine Right of Kings. Dictatorship of the Proletariat. Taking Care of the Little People. ObamaCare. It all comes down to the power elites continually looking for new ways and new slogans to maintain their power over the rest of us. … Continue reading

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The Ugly Truth About Democracy

Sometimes the majority is wrong, but in a democracy there is no protection against a wrong action by the majority. It is a Democrat Party Myth that the US is a democracy; we are in fact a Republic with some … Continue reading

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Obama’s propaganda teacher: Adolf Hitler

Everybody remembers when Obama said we could keep our doctors and our insurance. Everybody remembers when Obama said everybody’s premiums would drop by $2500. Not many people know who taught him to tell lies like that so here’s the original. … Continue reading

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How many political parties? Two? Three?

To listen to the media one could assume there are Democrats and Republicans in America, but close observation shows there are actually some important differences among the two groups, more important in many ways than the differences between the two … Continue reading

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