Islam Explained
Oct05

Islam Explained

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting” ~ Sun Tzu, The Art of War If non-Muslims want their religions and cultures to survive, they must first study and understand those who wish to ultimately destroy them. Thus it is critical that they understand Islam.The word ‘Islam’ means submission. Islam is dualistic – there is a religious Islam and a doctrinal Islam which are sometimes...

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President Obama’s attempted fist bump

“Keep the faith”.  It has been said for hundreds of years across every aspect of the military.  Yes, other people outside the Department of Defense have used this statement for their own purpose.  The meaning is something other than what I believe it is thought to mean by The One.  Maybe in Union Land where keeping the faith means “I know things are bad, but remember we need to keep voting Democrat” or “I know we screwed up but keep...

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Be an Idea
Jan30

Be an Idea

Medgar Evers once said “You can kill a man, but you can’t kill an idea”.  The idea of freedom is the one that the progressives openly despise. My economics teacher explained money as stored energy.  The premise that energy spent to produce a service or product is transformed into money.  It is then transported to the market to trade for other goods and services that people spend energy they produce themselves.  So money is a vehicle...

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Guilt: America’s guiding principle
Jan26

Guilt: America’s guiding principle

Equal protection under the law; sure.  That whole constitution thing; just a dream.  Really, who here in this overbearing country could possibly believe that Americans are somehow special?  Who made them that?  This lame question is presented over and over.  We should feel guilty for this, and that, and everything we have worked for.  We should give away our wealth.  We should help those with less.  We should feel guilty for not...

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Saving Detroit
Jan22

Saving Detroit

I was reading in Townhall about the efforts to save the Detroit Institute of Art, and the article, by Derek Hunter, is cogent, hard hitting, and deadly accurate.  In outlining the real problems, he demonstrates this shindig over the art institute is essentially meaningless in the large picture, not accounting for a fraction of a percent of the real debt.   This is also an accurate picture of the efforts being made to save...

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Sacrificing a “point”
Jan22

Sacrificing a “point”

Columnist Hugh Hewitt wrote today about the fact the congress is ready to vote on a budget which expands discretionary military spending while making cuts for the active duty professional military, and cost of living cuts (COLA) for retirees and disabled veterans.  He suggests it the height of hypocrisy to do this, while so much is being wasted with the failure of obamacare, continued aid for civil workers and no cuts in government...

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