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Rational Men …

If we are not rational men then we are not men at all.

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A Free Man

A free man is always armed regardless his legal status as a slave.

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Gay Marriage – Domination Politics

The question of homosexual marriage is far too nuanced for a simple FaceBook meme. Neither side fully understands the other. Indeed, it may be that there is no common ground between those who support and oppose the concept. I have … Continue reading

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July 2015: The Drawdown Continues

40,000 more soldiers to lose their jobs in the latest round of Obambam’s drawdown. This has been in the news today and has alarmed some. The time for alarm was 2011 when Obambam put this plan in place. What we … Continue reading

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Duplicity and the $15 Minimum Wage

Seatac, WA, went to $15/hr without any steps. Much has been made of the fact that the number of McDonalds franchises “in the region” is increasing with at least 5 new restaurants under construction. Much has been made of the … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts: On Sewage

This time I’m not writing about politics. Instead I would like to share a few thoughts about what may be the very cornerstone of modern civilization: indoor plumbing and underground sewer systems. It is remarkable the things that make modern … Continue reading

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Ebola versus Hand Sanitizers

Dear readers, this one is going to be technical. Here’s the Who, What, Where, and When they taught me to put into the first paragraph in journalism class. But first, the money line: hand sanitizers are absolutely useless against Ebola. … Continue reading

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Ebola: What You Need to Know

Ebola has come to our shores twice this week, once in Dallas and again in the Washinton, D.C. area. Given the attitude of our government and the Centers for Disease Control, there is a significant lack of necessary information dispensed … Continue reading

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Truth About $15/hr for Fast Food Workers

[Editor’s note: Apologies. This article originally calculated annual SEIU dues at $5400 for a worker making $15/hr. That number should have been $546. The figures in the article have been adjusted to reflect correction of this math error.] Does $15/hr … Continue reading

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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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