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THE ADVENTURES OF BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA IN THE LAND OF GULLIBLE FOOLS

When the story of the President Barack Obama‘s political career has become history, what should the story be called? I think THE ADVENTURES OF BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA IN THE LAND OF GULLIBLE would be an appropriate title. However, those of us alive … Continue reading

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BAIT, SWITCH, OR KILL SWITCH?

Spending other people’s money can be such a thrill, particularly when there is lots of it to spend. On the other hand, when somebody else is spending your money, it is not so much fun. So it is good to … Continue reading

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FOR VETERANS DAY: THE SOLDIER, THE CITIZEN, AND THE SIN OF PRIDE

I am in the process of reading a book about Sir Winston Churchill. For the most part, what I know about Churchill relates to his role as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during World War II. Churchill’s Empire by … Continue reading

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AND THEY CALL CONSERVATIVES MIND-NUMBED ROBOTS?

We are in the middle President Barack Hussein Obama’s second term. It has taken six years of misery, but some of the people who voted for him and some of the people who didn’t vote for anyone are finally willing … Continue reading

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WHAT IS AT STAKE ON ELECTION DAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2014? — PART 2

In Part 1 of this little series, we considered a specific example, one that involves the failure of our leaders to protect the lives of the people of this country. What we did not consider is what motivates our leaders to … Continue reading

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