Monthly Archives: June 2011

Assault on the Constitution

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The Left has finally begun an all-out assault on the Constitution.  CNN’s Fareed Zakaria recently claimed the document was out-dated and should be scrapped, like the Articles of Confederation were.  He went further and actually stated that electoral college and … Continue reading

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The Question of Palestinian Statehood

As with every Administration, President Obama is facing questions about the Middle East.  Specifically, many in the press want to know if he supports Palestinian statehood.  President Bush was the first American President to call specifically for a Palestinian state, … Continue reading

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Global Warming – Is it our fault?

I wanted to write a new post for today, but spent the past 7 hours in the emergency room with a kidney stone. For my readers though, I’ve gotten you something new.  Global warming has again swung into the public … Continue reading

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A Three-Part Series: Choice and the Left – Education

It has been a consistent theme on the left and in the media (but I repeat myself) that Conservatives want to be able to dictate behavior to the population as a whole while Liberals advocate freedom of choice.  Like the … Continue reading

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A Three-Part Series: Choice and the Left – Employment

If you’ve been following the news over the past few months, you’re aware of the battle that’s been raging in Wisconsin over unions and the limitations of collective bargain power.  Governor Walker campaigned in part on promising to limit union … Continue reading

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A Three-Part Series: Choice and the Left – Charity

Perhaps the biggest example of the left removing choice from Americans is the distinction between charity and taxes.  Simply put, charity is ‘given’ while taxes are ‘taken.’  One clearly involves a choice and the other is clearly compulsory.  Liberals constantly … Continue reading

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Father’s Day

I normally do politics, snark and hyperbole, but today I want to talk about my dad. Growing up, he was always the guy who guided, taught and loved.  He was also the disciplinarian, but never mean or hateful.  There were … Continue reading

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