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Obama Must be Licking His Chops

In a country where a smile and an obviously-fake persona far too often get you more than honesty and integrity, warmongering President Obama will be a contender in the 2012 Presidential election. The Republicans have a dream candidate to put up against him – but they won’t. The Republicans are destined to put 1 chickenhawk […]

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Discovering your Principles: Part Nine

The Principles of Voluntary Community address two basic concerns. One, just how big should a government be? The other offers finding solutions in the private sector, including charity. Again, just as examples, here are some Dr Russell Kirk principles which I, too, have adopted. Principles of Voluntary Community 1 ) I believe that the decisions […]

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What Would You Cut First?

Here we go again, another politician threatening cuts to major programs if he doesn’t get his way.  Late last year, California Governor Jerry Brown announced his plan to increase taxes on Californians once again.  Not surprising, his plans were met with a bit of hostility.  So in order to better convince the people of the […]

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Washington Is Losing Jobs

According to the Huffington Post, the government lost more jobs last year than any other industry.  Here’s a bit from that article: For anyone paying attention to Washington or Wall Street in recent months, these numbers likely won’t come as a surprise. As tax revenues dwindle and deficits continue to swell, state and local governments […]

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Oklahoma Woman Kills Intruder

On New Year’s Eve, 2 men – 1 with a foot-long hunting knife – broke into an Oklahoma woman’s home. The woman was alone with her baby and called 911 for assistance. She picked up her shotgun and pistol and informed the 911 dispatcher of this fact. She then requested permission to shoot the intruders, […]

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Future Hall Of Predictions: 2012

Here’s my predictions for 2012: Four years from now, Rick Santorum will be a Fox News commentator, and have a show called The Santorum Report, which will run right after The Huckabee Report and before the Rush Limbaugh Show Mitt Romney, reading the crowd and heeding the words of Sarah Palin, who said not to […]

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Bye Bye Bachmann

After listening to Michelle Bachmann get on talk show after talk show, claiming with pure confidence that she was going to go all the way regardless of what happens in Iowa, it’s nice to see her finally calling it quits.  I’m actually surprised she was ever even a “frontrunner” to begin with.  Her social conservativism […]

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Plenty of Sheep Still Graze in Iowa

Ah, what can you say? I had hope that enough Iowans would “Get it”, meaning that they’d use that object between their ears…their brains. However, 79 percent of them did not. According to The Atlantic, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum each finished with 25 percent of the vote. This means that ¼ of Iowa voters […]

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I’m a Jillette-Libertarian

From the looks of Iowa right now, this is going to be a long primary season.  The race is tight, and the obvious social conservative candidates are taking the lead.  But right behind Santorum and Romney, with much more liberty minded policies, is Ron Paul.  Iowa is hardly a reflection of the entire country, but […]

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Will Enough Iowans Get It?

I take the Caucuses a test of the critical thinking skills of Iowans. With America’s future on the line, do you ever remember such a clear distinction between the best and the rest in a Presidential election? We have Ron Paul – a man who respects civil liberties, gun rights, property rights, your wealth (which […]

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Will Rick Santorum Take Iowa?

With only about 24 hours left to go, it seems that the GOP race in Iowa is really anyone’s game.  I tried to stay away from making any predictions as to who will win, but obviously I’m pulling for Ron Paul.  If the race were all about who’s polling the best then it’s obvious at […]

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