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Discovering your Principles: Part Eight

Actually, almost everyone I know shares these Principles of Private Property as written by Dr Russell Kirk. But we do have some politicians who either believe differently or have strayed from their principles. I said strayed because they also own private property, yet have done things which have unfairly taken land away from others. History […]

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Keep Moving Forward

Keep Moving Forward was the title of my last band’s first (and only) full-length album.  I based the concept of the layout on progress and used a few notable quotes throughout the CD booklet.  One of my favorite quotes I included comes from Woody Allen: We stand today at a crossroads: One path leads to […]

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Living below the law

According to a Pew study, the largest group of poor children in the U.S. is Hispanic. That shouldn't come as a shock to anyone. With so many families coming to the U.S. illegally, and working for lower-than-average wages in order to shield their status, it's inevitable that their children will suffer hardship. Of course, before […]

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Why the Desperation for War With Iran?

As Iran continues it’s war games, the US seems eager to provoke them into battle. The Telegraph is reporting that a US vessel has been spotted in the war games zone. Additionally, tough talk is coming from Washington about the situation. Iran has been on the US hitlist at least since the beginning of the […]

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New Laws for the New Year

As we come to the end or 2011, most of us would like to look forward to a better 2012.  Politically speaking, it seems that Americans have reached their breaking point and are willing to vote for just about anyone new to take the reigns and lead us out of the current mess.  But with […]

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Kelly Clarkson Endorses Ron Paul

Oh man.  Don’t you love when the one’s who think themselves the most tolerant just wang off and go completely off the rails with intolerance once you disagree with them? Kelly Clarkson is likely echoing a lot of the sentiments of Americans these days: we all want what Ron Paul is selling – some want all of […]

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Democrats Say Voter Fraud “Normal” & “Widespread”

Funny how this story disappeared so quickly from the headlines – when these two reported that voter fraud is basically par-for-the-course and pretty widespread, no one saw fit to really report it. Doesn’t that bother anyone? Amazing how neither the right nor left wing media really turned this into a big deal – I wonder why that […]

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Goodbye Cain?

We can only hope that Herman Cain is ready to go away. “With this latest one, we have to do an assessment as to whether or not this is going to create too much of a cloud, in some people's minds, as to whether or not they would be able to support us going forth.” […]

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Politics: The art of the possible

Every day, hundreds – if not thousands – of illegal Mexicans run/drive/swim across the U.S. border toward a “better life” of yummy social programs and cheap Texas tuition. America is buckling under the strain of uninsured hospital births, cheap labor and pressing 1# for English. Thankfully, Janet Napolitano has a solution: A border fence! Oh […]

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Bachmann’s Campaign Manager and Gary Johnson Endorse Ron Paul

According to the Des Moines Register, Iowa State Senator Kent Sorenson has endorsed Ron Paul. What’s so big about this? He was Michelle Bachmann’s campaign manager and announced his resignation to endorse Dr. Paul. Gary Johnson, who will seek the Libertarian nomination, has also urged supporters to vote for Dr. Paul in the Republican Primaries, […]

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Rick Santorum’s Plan To Fix The Economy

I read a little article on the Huffington Post today about how Rick Santorum claims to have a fail-proof way to fix the economy. To quote Santorum: “Number one, graduate from high school. Number two, get married. Before you have children, If you do those two things, you will be successful economically. What does that […]

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Some fun for Friday

Osama Bin laden was killed on Sunday, May 1. I circled the day on my calendar. The next morning, I sprung out of bed, went down to the US Consulate on University Ave, hoping for a flashmob. When none appeared, I sang a solo rendition of the Star Spangled Banner (staff came out to watch […]

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