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Testing Positive for Stupid


This article was published on PJMedia over five years ago, but I ran across it again in my files, and thought it still applied to America’s situation.   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ My son and his wife just had their first child, and … Continue reading

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The Time Has Come


“A government of the people, by the people and for the people”.  Do you think that phrase still describes our government … or has it become something else? Has it become a government of an elite few? Has it become … 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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And If You Like Obamacare, See What Else We’re Offering!!


For all the trolls who visit, I feel compelled to mention that this is a SATIRE! No actual government stupidity was harmed in the making of this video (unfortunately).

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The Government Actually Can Help Small Businesses


Saying that our government can actually help small business sounds like the punch line to a pathetically weak joke, but it actually is possible. It is generally accepted that the true growth engine for job creation is powered by a … Continue reading

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Progressives Hate the “C” Word


Most of you are thinking, “The C-word? Don’t you mean the N-word?” No, the “C”-word. The C-word dominates everything that the Progressives think about and abhor about America. The “C”-word, you see, is COMPETITION. Progressives have been trying to eliminate … Continue reading

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Being Green


A friend passed this along to me, and in trying to find the original author via Google, there were literally thousands references.  But since it was something new to me, I am assuming that at least one or two of … Continue reading

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Protecting the Rich?


One of the more enduring political fairy tales is the one about how Republicans are protecting the “rich.”  Every time tax cuts are mentioned, in any context, or any congressional questioning of regulations that might reduce drilling for oil (just … Continue reading

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The Smartest People in the Room?


This past weekend my beautiful bride informed me that she wanted to explore a new indoor flea market that had been established in our neck of the woods. She also informed me that I was going to accompany her on … Continue reading

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Still More Random Thoughts


There has been endless talk about the need for the Federal government to come up with some way to help poor homeowners reduce the principal amount of their mortgages because they are “underwater”.   Does this also mean that we need … Continue reading

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