Something strange did happen to me as a result of the outcome of our presidential election on November 6, 2012. My reaction to our unexpected lose doesn’t seem to coincide with what I perceive as the general reaction of my fellow travelers. I am not feeling the sane level of despair that most conservatives are […]
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My good friend who operates the Spellchek blog addressed this issue back in October. I agreed with him then and the more I think about the more I am convinced of it. This is what is causing my frustration. Except for some limited questioning by congressional investigators of our State Department about why they decided […]
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At least I hope you find the other stuff interesting. Regulation Mania Our poor country has suffered from regulatory mania for decades. It is the nature of the so-called progressive to want to control every aspect of our lives. Environmental radicals seem to care more about the well being of planet earth than they do […]
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One of the big problems we who care about what is going on in our country and in the world have is the sheer volume of important issues and bad policies that are all happening at the same time. We are overwhelmed, aren’t we? For we concerned Americans, we not only have uncountable domestic policy […]
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In the world of business, especially in the corporate world, they make use of short-term, mid-term, and long-term planning. Typically this begins at the department head level. Someone(s) further up the chain then consolidates these plans into plans for the division and those plans will be consolidated to produce short, mid, and long.term plans for […]
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It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock is one from his archives that he thought we might find relevent due to a recent San Francisco ban on public nudity. He reposted this poem on Saturday, November 24, 2012. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the […]
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Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Pat Slattery of the Free Market Project– Pat has a suggestion for the Republicans in Congress that at least some others also support. He published this article originally on November 23, 2012. *************** Give Him What He Wants. Clean Up Later. During the past four years I […]
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Because of Thanksgiving, many are enjoying a long weekend. so, no politics today, rather an observation of mine you may find interesting. The title of this post is an inherent truth, isn’t it? If one doesn’t know what they are missing, then they can not long for it envy those that have what they are […]
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Often times when giving thought to our blessing, it is necessary to look past recent events in order to see your blessings clearly. So, in spite of the pain we feel from the recent election results, if we look past that tragedy, we will see that we have much to be thankful for. Have a […]
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I intention today was to write about the economic disintegration that is bearing down on us and link an article by one of my favorite writers at American Thinker, Monty Pelerin. Do check it out. It’s a good article. On Monday I wrote a post asking the question; Who Will Carry The Torch Of The […]
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