Category Archives: Government Spending

Ending Two Wars or Just Concentrating on the War at Home?


Barack Obama constantly tells us that he has “ended two wars.” Has he really? Or have the wars of which he speaks actually continued, but in which he has chosen to refuse to play a part, while he has been … Continue reading

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Diversity for Thee, But Not For Me


The Progressive mantra of “diversity über alles” is one of the most honored shibboleths in the pantheon of the stated beliefs held by those on the left. Like all shibboleths, it is a test to see if common folk are … Continue reading

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You should really read this article by Daniel Greenfield


I spend an immense amount of time reading a seemingly endless stack of blog articles, news reports and leftist propaganda (you can’t fight back if you don’t know what they are attacking, right?). I always read anything that I can … Continue reading

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Ceteris Paribus in Government Assumptions


Have you ever noticed that the word “unexpected” keeps cropping up in announcement after announcement coming out of the White House, the various agencies within the Executive Branch and in news reports concerning the unintended consequences associated with things that … Continue reading

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Another Source for the Problems at the VA


There has been a great deal of blather in the blogosphere and a ludicrous amount of professional punditry in the MSM regarding the situation in the Veterans Administration’s ongoing health care fiasco. In the interests of full disclosure, let me … Continue reading

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Just Do Your Job, Get a Bonus


When I was a young man starting out in the world of civilian employment I was fortunate to have worked for several gentlemen who were possibly the least politically correct people on the planet. What does that mean? It means … Continue reading

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There are Only Two Types of Government


cross-posted at Canada Free Press Academics, who for all their supposed disdain for the Bible seem to revert to religious symbolism when addressing the question of what the various models of government might be, in the same way that theologians … Continue reading

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I Heard It Through the Grapevine


Our president’s response to the shameful treatment, or rather mistreatment, of our veterans in the VA medical system made me realize that not only is the president a master of basketball trivia (witness his masterful preparation of his March Madness … Continue reading

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I Will Not “Go Gentle into that Good Night”


Of course Dylan Thomas, in his famous poem “Do Not Go Gentle Into that Good Night”, was referring to the death of each individual and how they will deal, as individuals, with its onrushing approach. Each person deals with the … Continue reading

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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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