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Monthly Archives: October 2011
When will Americans finally say “No, we’ve had enough”? The thought is pretty scary that the United States of America has turned into the United States of Apathy. Save for a few brave souls, no wonder the term “sheeple” has become a term for citizen’s seemingly terminal illness.
There is a growing backlash over the media manipulation of the Ron Paul message. The man is a veteran, physician and public servant of over 35 years and yet the media treats him like the Rodney Dangerfield of politics. Why? Because he is an imminent danger to the establishment. And because the “big lie” is closer, than ever, to being exposed. Continue reading
At least with weather, although unpredictable, you can measure what mother nature is doing and prepare with some form of confidence. Not so, with the world’s financial mess. Predicting what the powerful, political and banking elites will do and more importantly, preparing for what may come is a perplexing task.
Last night the GOP candidates rolled the dice for yet another crack at going all in, Las Vegas debate style. Huntsman, in a display reminiscent of the pouty child who takes his ball and goes home, didn’t bring his cards to the table and skipped the debate. Continue reading
Somewhere in the fog between The Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street and the nonsensical polarizing political rhetoric, what is lost is the fact that all of these people, in the war for hearts and minds, are our people. Continue reading
The Amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America, known as the Bill of Rights, were ratified December 15, 1791. How many people do you know that can name even one? Not since the birth of the Republic, has the nation’s liberty been under such fierce attack.
Where the Republic is going financially, politically, and morally is a tangled web. With the Washington, D.C. politicos moving from one illusion to another, Americans are finally waking up to the reality that the people are going to have to untangle the mess. Continue reading
Last night’s Dartmouth Debate was the best Republican effort, thus far. Held in Hanover, New Hampshire at Dartmouth College, the debate proved to be the most lively of any of the Republican talk fests. And Herman Cain really did say that Alan Greenspan was his favorite Fed Chairman Continue reading
Today marks the 100th day of The Constitution Times and 101 posts. This was intentional, to highlight the one “extra” post, as one Americans must never forget – The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.
The war for hearts and minds is on. With a spectrum of ideologies from “Tea Baggers” to “Occupy Wall Street”, including almost everything else, many Americans are left trying to make sense out of it. The concoction of mixed messages leaves truth, like a rabbit at the end of a shotgun barrel, wide-eyed and paralyzed.