Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Dan Miller of the DanMillerInPanama blog. In this essay, Dan explains how the current administration and a compliant Congress are suffocating the life out of our beloved country. Dan published this essay originally on August 6, 2013. ********** National Suffocation by Bureauracy It’s been coming for a long […]Read more "“National Suffocation by Bureauracy” an essay by Dan Miller"
Today’s Guest Saturday post is by Dan Miller of the DanMillerInPanama blog. Dan has some fun with Obama’s childish reaction to the “sequester crisis”. This essay was originally published on March 9, 2013. *********** Shocking Revelation: RINOs Agree to Kill Deadly Austerity Beast Innocent children, poor and minorities have been the worst hit. On Wednesday, President […]Read more "“Shocking Revelation: RINOs Agree to Kill Deadly Austerity Beast” an essay by Dan Miller"
My wife is one of those people who has long vivid dreams and she remembers in minute detail. Her dreams range from bizarre to weird, but they always involve the family. Me? I rarely remember dreams ( my wife thinks I am weird because of that). The occasional dream that I do remember usually involves me […]Read more "I Had A Dream … A Conservative Dream!"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Dan Miller of the DanMillerInPanama blog. In this essay, Dan is making a post-election warning. He originally published this essay on November 1, 2012. *************** Civil War, the U.S. Constitution and History We should do our best to avoid another Civil War and the best way to do […]Read more "“Civil War, the U.S. Constitution and History” an essay by Dan Miller"
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 […]Read more "The Gordian Knot of Human Nature or Liberal Brain Knots?"
An unpopular incumbant president and a terrible economy ought to spell C·A·K·E W·A·L·K for the Republicans in 2012. But picking a candidate to run against Obama is so far problematic to say the least. There is a power struggle going on between the GOP establishment and the more conservative wing of the Party. And, the […]Read more "Okay Conservatives, What Do We Do Now? Gingrich?"
[ NOTE: There are two posts today. They are short posts, so please take time to read both.] Our Civic Responsibility: Eternal Vigilance By the People is the title of an essay published this past Saturday at the Fuzzy Logic blog where the author’s essays are anything but fuzzy in logic. In this essay, Fuzzy challenges conservatives to […]Read more "A Message for the Voters in the Early Primary States"
The responses to the recent post here titled Ron Paul Votes Against the Safety of Our Troops and yesterdays post titled The Primary Campaigns are Getting Interesting were very enlightening to me. I think they are worthy of further discussion. First a couple of observations about the discussions on the two posts linked above. Libertarians are uniformly enthusiastic […]Read more "Seeking Common Ground _ A Fussion of Conservatives and Libertarians"
What follows are the views of this old gringo living on the shore of what Castro and Chavez call the Sea of Happiness. I claim no special insight nor do I have any special information that others do not. If I tend to ramble a bit today, I hope you will forgive me. To borrow […]Read more "Who are the Enemies of Freedom? _ Who are the Defenders of Freedom? The Role of Ron Paul"
I have long believed that America’s allies have not adequately shared in the financial burden of keeping the world safe. Be that Korea and Japan in the Far East or UN military activities or be it our NATO allies, America has always picked up the lion’s share of the cost. I know that I am not […]Read more "Being The Worlds Policeman Is An Expenive Enterprise. Maybe Too Expensive."