De Oppresso Liber
Dec15

De Oppresso Liber

December 19th, 2012 I walk into class, my usual ½ hour early.  I put down my motorcycle gear and pull out my laptop.  I plug in, sign on to the network and get onto the school website.  I get my HP 12c financial calculator out and fired up.  My Excel worksheet is up and running with all the formulas I had built to this point.  I am as ready as I can to start a third week of business finance.  Studying the material and working the...

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Freedom from Muslim slavery
Dec15

Freedom from Muslim slavery

The generations since the passing of the 13th Amendment have lost their way, their vision, and history.  For these individuals, they have forgotten their past.  It is a travesty for all, especially our youth.  Imagine not knowing your parents, your hometown, the childhood friends, the pain and struggles you overcame.  How much different would your choices be today?  Come with me on a trek through history (in a very condensed version)...

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Komrade Car
Dec09

Komrade Car

It is a warm Indian summer day in November as I stand in the lot of the newly formed Government Motors dealership, approved by a new law requiring everyone in America own a car by January 1st.  I walk carefully around, looking at the offerings to those yet to purchase.  The Rolls Royce Phantom ($400k base model) gleams in the sunlight.  A Mercedes S63 AMG ($163k) parked close by; sleek and classy lines run the length.  As I turn, a...

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