“What if people in our government really are revolutionaries who want to bring down the government of the United States?”

I have debated with myself for the last five hours whether to make this post. I am not inclined to be an alarmist; but I think this is an alarm that must sounded. The question in the title is not mine. It is a question that a blogger at The Rio Norte Line  blog asks readers […]

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The Gordian Knot of Human Nature or Liberal Brain Knots?

A recent article in the Washington Post attempted to explain the difference between liberals and conservatives/libertarians. The article is not linked because it really is of little merit. The author merely explains, without being strident, that liberals are open-minded and open to change while conservatives/libertarians are closed-minded and not open to change. Is there truth in what she […]

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“APPLES, ORANGES, AND OXYMORONS – GAY MARRIAGE” an essay by Cheryl Pass

Today’s Guest Saturday post is by Cheryl Pass of the My Tea Party Chronicle blog, where it was originally published on Wednesday, April 11, 2012. ________________________________ APPLES, ORANGES, AND OXYMORONS – GAY MARRIAGE Our State of North  Carolina has a primary on May 4th and on the ballot is a referendum  stating that marriage between […]

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Populism in America?

Populism is what Barack Obama is selling. Will Americans buy it? Having traveled considerably in third world countries and having lived in one for the last twenty years, I know a little bit about populism. When the vast majority in a country are truly have-nots, populism is an easy sell. ironically, when an economic crisis grips […]

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