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Monthly Archives: November 2011
I get a headache trying to contemplate what ramifications another four years of an inept, incompetent and impotent Obama Presidency may mean for America, I want to hang my head and cry when considering what a President Romney or President Cain would mean for our country. Could the Republicans really be so stupid as to nominate yet another Neo-con and kill the Republican party for good, or will they nominate the only man worth voting for and the only one that can beat Obama? Continue reading
Friday, November 11, 2011 – Today is Veterans Day. Please remember all our Veterans who are serving or have served our country. Were it not for them, we would not be living in the land of the free and the home of the brave. God bless America.
If America ever had a moral compass, that compass lately appears lost in a dead harvest of broken dreams and promises. From Penn State to the nation’s state of national confusion, there seems to be no normalcy in how America handles her affairs, at home or abroad.
The Federal intrusion into the lives of the Republic’s citizens began, in earnest, with the Civil War, also called The War Between the States. That Federal intrusion, like a hot steel probe, especially to southerners at the time, has gradually increased in intensity to today’s financial and civil liberties crisis. The probe is hotter than any time since the Civil War. Continue reading
So the big media story this Sunday morning was the debate between Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich. Even Jon Huntsman got a gig on Meet the Press. Ron Paul, the winner of the Illinois Republican Straw Poll did get a short spot with Chris Wallace, but mainly another blackout from the opinion molders. Continue reading
What is the character of America today? In the history of the Republic, how does our national character compare to other eras and prior generations? Are we a nation that stands for integrity, honor and truthfulness? Do we actively defend the character of the Constitution and all that it embodies and ensure that its character is reflected in our national culture?
Bureaucracy loves ambiguity. Governments don’t really need citizens informed, but view citizens as a source of revenue first and an adversary second. Governments that manage outcomes best can continue to confiscate the wealth of citizens, while always preparing for adversarial confrontations. Continue reading
Do you remember that the Dow reached 14,500 in 2007? Today, the Dow is around 11,900, recently dropping below 10,000, and gold today is up to over $1,700 an ounce. They both have a long way to go to reach the 1:1 ratio, but don’t discount the distinct possibility that parity could be reached within 18 months. Continue reading
So, now there are three women that have had been reported to have had at least a portion of their stories “leaked”, or reported, that Herman Cain was involved in some form of sexual harassment. Has Sugar Cain committed a “sugar britches” offense? Or is all this just artificial sweetener to distract or diminish, in a calculated move by forces unknown?
A sure sign of the times is when there are warning signs everywhere, stating the obvious, and many people still don’t get it. And of those who do, few are compelled to take any sort of meaningful action. That’s the kind of cultural soil that’s fertile for engineering social control to pacify and/or enslave a populace. Continue reading