Wake Up and Grow a Pair! – The Patriot Act Debate

Wake Up and Grow a Pair! – The Patriot Act Debate

Disgust …Sorry is that too strong a word? I can think of some better…stronger…words that sum things up, but I’ll stick with the less offensive “DISGUST”. Listening to politicians and pundits, commentators and ...

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When Your Mouth…or Agenda…Overloads Your Ass  – Response to A Critic of “American Sniper”

When Your Mouth…or Agenda…Overloads Your Ass – Response to A Critic of “American Sniper”

“There is many a boy here today who looks on war as all glory, but boys, it is all hell.” ~William Tecumseh Sherman~ No one likes war. Well, let me qualify that…no sane person likes war. Okay, let me qualify that as well…no sane ...

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The World Was A Very Dark Place – Hold On To Your Dreams

The World Was A Very Dark Place – Hold On To Your Dreams

It is uncertain how many attempts Thomas Edison made before he found a suitable carbon substance to use as the filament in the first viable electric light bulb. Different reports  say 10,000 others 6,000. In one interview,  Edison was asked if ...

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Debunk or Spin – I’m So Confused

Debunk or Spin – I’m So Confused

Well, let’s clear it up. Debunk – (transitive verb) – to show that something is wrong or false. Spin – (verb) (slang) – to cause to have a particular bias, influence in a certain direction. Pretty plain, huh. I recently ...

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Fear Or Liberty – Geez What Happened To Us People?

Fear Or Liberty – Geez What Happened To Us People?

The surest way to take liberty from the people is to declare war on something or to promise them safety. Sadly, we willingly give up our freedoms to government when this happens. Examples of “Wars” declared by our government that ...

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Free Speech or Sip the PC Kool Aid

Free Speech or Sip the PC Kool Aid

November 1, 2014 – A Twitter exchange I had recently with someone we’ll call “PC Person” regarding free speech versus political correctness went something like this:         PC Person:       I’m actually a fan of political correctness. ...

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