Something Smells Real Bad
Nov19

Something Smells Real Bad

  If you are not a regular watcher of Fox News (especially during the daytime hours) Then you may have missed this RETORT by Neil Cavuto. This is an excellent response To the contradictory occupant of the White House. Takes only a moment to watch. You will want to send it on to others who have meaningful things going on in the daytime....

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NSA, International and Domestic Politics
Nov19

NSA, International and Domestic Politics

In a recent article Retired Navy Admiral James Lyons put NSA eavesdropping into perspective from the international perspective. Anyone who knows anything about National Security is compelled to agree with the Admiral’s spot on analysis as it applies to U.S. international security.  His choice of the word “hyperventilating” is a good one especially with the additional words… “Head-Fake,” to make it, “Head-Fake Hyperventilating” by the...

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A Christian Nation
Nov18

A Christian Nation

When our forefathers were establishing our nation, they did so on the foundation of “self-evident truths, natural laws, and the endowment of rights” as equally spread without prejudice, among all men.   We look back at the decades before this event and call it “the enlightenment”, because so many philosophers were able to get their ideas in public, and being discussed, argued over, and the relative merits of ideas were fully...

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Repeal Obamacare
Nov15

Repeal Obamacare

Obamacare can’t be made to work effectively.   I state this fact based on a lifetime of building things for specific purposes, designing them to do certain things, and having to take everything I know about both the job and my materials, to even have a chance of doing a workman-like job.  If it was intended to work as “health care”, it would have to have been designed as such, and it clearly wasn’t designed as such.   Take a look...

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What isn’t “government”?
Nov14

What isn’t “government”?

I still remember moving into our first “home” of our own.  We’d just finished a three year tour in Hawaii, went over broke, came back with a full house but still broke, having lived there when gas was two dollars a gallon and less than a dollar in California. We spent almost three and a half years there and returned to Cherry Point owning a Nissan truck, two years old, furniture and household goods, clothes, everything we needed but a...

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