Category Archives: Deficit

The First Place to Cut Spending…Easily


Originally published at Canada Free Press on August 23, 2015 If you’re at all like me, you must have said to yourself hundreds of times in your own life “I just don’t have the time to do everything. I can’t … Continue reading

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A Circular Firing Squad Isn’t Just a Joke


The GOP does more than simply aid and abet Democrats desire to destroy America. It appears the GOP is even more dedicated to destroying themselves. Let’s face it, there really are sixteen Republicans angling for the nomination of their party: … Continue reading

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Protecting Thought or Paychecks?


Published at Canada Free Press on May,22 2015 I spent yesterday evening driving to our local high school, which is the polling place for any votes that relate to membership on the local school board. Equally important, but much more … Continue reading

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But Hey, It’s FREE!


You can always count on our President, Barack Obama for some gimmicky giveaway idea that will appeal to the nearly untutored who don’t understand the one simple fact that is never, ever discussed when Obama unveils his latest brainstorm. They … 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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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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Goals for 2016


Let me start by saying that I am not a Republican.  But since the nation has been used to Democrats versus Republicans since about 1860, it’s hard to change their view of a two-party electoral system.  Given the make-up of … Continue reading

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Living has Consequences


Elections have consequences.  Really?  Well, thank you so very much, Captain Obvious. One small observation though. You’re dead wrong. Elections, in and of themselves, don’t have consequences.  Choices have consequences.  Who you choose to vote for has consequences.  Who you … Continue reading

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Change the Name to Change the Game

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Democrat Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas gave a five minute floor speech on Wednesday calling for the extension of unemployment.  Fair enough.  She was elected, she is a sworn member of the House, and she has an absolute right … Continue reading

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A Modest Proposal for Reforming Health Insurance


The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, is a legislative title which provides three lies for the price of one, since it doesn’t protect patients, is not affordable and has no provision for improving or expanding patient care but only … Continue reading

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