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The following is from a chain email called THE QUOTE OF THE DECADE. “The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the US Government cannot … Continue reading
The Experiment Alexis De Tocqueville, in his great work, Democracy in America, was perhaps the first to speak of America as a great experiment. In that land the great experiment was to be made, by civilized man, of the attempt to construct society upon a new … Continue reading
I got a comment today from a Happy Hobbit. So I decided to visit that hobbit’s blog. Here is a pointer to a post that well describes the love of God and country that drives the Tea Party. Once upon a … Continue reading
A Nation Divided. Individual Accomplishments Diminished. LBGT Curriculum to be Taught in CA Schools. (via freedombytheway)
Over the years I have become more and more skeptical of the things people consider proven. That because people too readily believe whatever they want to believe. Need a simple example? Look at all the chain emails floating around the … Continue reading
Here is a post for those of who stay up late at night drinking coffee. This post has absolutely nothing to do with politics–unless you ponder the crap sold by our lying weasel politicians, who routinely insist they’re doing it … Continue reading