Category Archives: Constitution

The Tale of the Unfaithful (Political) Spouse

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fable (n.) – a short tale to teach a moral lesson, often with animals or inanimate objects as characters; apologue: the fable of the tortoise and the hare; Aesop’s fables. The idea of moral tales in literature is, in terms … Continue reading

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Hispanics are No Longer a Minority


Apparently Eric Holder has decreed that any American who is of Hispanic descent will no longer be considered part of an oppressed minority. Speaking at Al Sharpton’s National Action Network on Wednesday (4/9/14), Barack Obama’s Attorney General whined about his … Continue reading

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Cognitive Dissonance for the Masses


Cognitive dissonance is a psychological disorder that occurs when an individual has two diametrically opposed thoughts at the same time. Most people suffer this at one time or another, usually for only a short period until they make a choice … Continue reading

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Jonah Goldberg Explains “Social Justice”


This is well worth the time (5-1/2 minutes) and gives all of us who are not hooked on the left’s Kool-Aide some new tools to deal with the loons who think politicians with a big D after their names are … Continue reading

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Is George Orwell Working in the White House?


You have to wonder sometimes if one of the multitude of “special advisors” to Barack Obama has a George Orwell fetish. All of us have read hundreds of blog articles and thousands of comments made in passing by co-workers, family, … Continue reading

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Zen, Galileo and Global Warming


Followers of Zen have a word that specifically describes a special event, a recognition of some profound truth or reality – satori. Satori is often described as a sudden awakening, and I recently experienced satori for myself. All of us … Continue reading

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Telling You Not to Use the Word “Bossy” is, well, Kind of Bossy. Isn’t it?


I just love irony.  If you are that kind of person too, the nonsense coming out of the mouth of Michelle Obama and her unindicted co-conspirators should be one of those once-in-a-lifetime moments that we could savor for a long, … Continue reading

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Obama’s Malleable View of Constitutions


Checking to make sure that there was an easily understandable definition of the word, the dictionary defines Constitution as “the fundamental political principles on which a nation-state is governed, especially when considered as embodying the rights of the subjects of … Continue reading

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The Future of the Internet

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The blogosphere has erupted over the announced plans of the Obama administration to turn control of internet over to the United Nations.  Why they would do this at this time is not particularly clear, or at least their justification for … Continue reading

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Breaking: Investors Still Hate ObamaCare


President Obama is constantly trying to get people to “invest” their own money in enterprises that will provide well-paying jobs for the middle class, and seems confounded by the unwillingness of entrepreneurs to do what he wants.  He views it … Continue reading

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