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reviewed The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the.... August 15, 2013
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The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic
"The federal government regulates most things in your bathroom, laundry room and kitchen, as well as the mortgage you hold on your house. It designs your automobile and dictates the kind of fuel it uses. …
reviewed A Government of Wolves: The Emerging .... July 20, 2013
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A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State
What I am describing within these pages has not come about as an overnight change.  Rather, the emerging American police state can be seen in subtle trends introduced by those in leadership--government, …
reviewed Bad Samaritans: The ACLU's Relentless.... May 28, 2013
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Bad Samaritans: The ACLU's Relentless Campaign To Remove Faith From the Public Square
"Under the guise of protecting First Amendment freedom of religious rights, the ACLU has conducted a decades-long War on God, with the goal of erasing every trace of the Judeo-Christian religion from …
reviewed The Food Police: A Well-Fed Manifesto.... May 07, 2013
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The Food Police: A Well-Fed Manifesto About the Politics of Your Plate
"If we are to discuss the morality of food, foremost in our minds must be the ability of people (especially the poor) to eat. Whatever else the modern food elite may say--their push for soda and …
reviewed Abraham Lincoln. April 02, 2013
posted in Politics Your Way
Abraham Lincoln
This essay will be a controversial look at our 16th, and supposedly best, President Abraham Lincoln, and a case for the legal right of states to leave the union. Though at face value this may seem offensive …
Local Dollars, Local Sense: How To Shift Your Money from Wall Street to Main Street and Achieve Real Prosperity
A good way to achieve real prosperity in America is to invest money in local businesses, instead of the multi-national conglomerates of this world. This book shows some ways to do it.      …
reviewed Detroit: An American Autopsy. February 04, 2013
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Detroit: An American Autopsy
"Studying the city through the windshield now, it wasn't frightening anymore. It was empty and forlorn and pathetic. On some block not a single home was occupied, the structures having fallen …
reviewed Prohibition. December 05, 2012
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Prohibition
As Ken Burns explains in his remarkable 6 hour presentation "Prohibition" when the Eighteenth Amendment went into effect on January 17, 1920 no one was quite sure how it all was going to play …
reviewed Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair With.... November 22, 2012
posted in Green Living
Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair With Trash
"Trash is nothing less than the lens of our lives, our priorities, our failings, our secrets and our hubris." This observation from author Edward Humes in the opening pages of "Garbology: …
reviewed Local Dollars, Local Sense: How To Sh.... July 10, 2012
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Local Dollars, Local Sense: How To Shift Your Money from Wall Street to Main Street and Achieve Real Prosperity
"For eight decades Americans have endured a system that all but banned 98 percent of us from investing in the local half of the economy. Few of us even noticed, let alone judged it an abomination. …
reviewed Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America. April 09, 2012
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Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America
Take a look around at the sad state of our nation. In the 100 years since the self-proclaimed "progessive" Woodrow Wilson was President of these United States Americans have slowly but surely …
reviewed Super Bowl XLVI Half Time. February 06, 2012
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Super Bowl XLVI Half Time
This committed liberal has just become a Tea Party convert more conservative than Elmer Fudd. Yes, I’m talking about the half-time disgrace of Super Bowel XLVI featuring a panting 53-year-old who’s …
reviewed The new AP poll and the Tea Party. August 30, 2011
posted in Public Policy
The Tea Party’s extremism and intemperance are beginning to catch up with it.      No one should be foolish enough to believe a poll or two is anything but a snapshot in time. …
reviewed The Tea Party Goes To Washington. August 12, 2011
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The Tea Party Goes To Washington
"A government big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take away everything you have." ---Thomas Jefferson      Truer words were never spoken. Tea Party …
reviewed High Stakes: The Rising Cost of Ameri.... July 08, 2011
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High Stakes: The Rising Cost of America's Gambling Addiction
There's just  no doubt about it.  The incidence of problem and pathological gambling in this country has been on the rise for quite some time now.  The emerging problem was chronicled …
reviewed Public Libraries. June 23, 2011
posted in Green Living
Public Libraries
I love public libraries and would keep them around if I were in charge.     That may sound like a common statement, but in my case it's quite a generous compliment. I'm one of those …
reviewed BP Gulf Oil Spill. April 11, 2011
posted in Supercontents
Deepwater Horizon Drilling Rig Explosion
By Dr. Joseph S. Maresca April 2010 BP Gulf Oil Spill- Mid-August Status The Skytruth Oil Spill Tracker showed the following improvements from a visual inspection of a map depicting the major areas …
reviewed NPR. March 10, 2011
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NPR
The righteous may never achieve victory, but at least we can keep the lefteous from blazing new trails of extreme left-wing conformity through the pervasive impact of NPR. Just the other day I was called …
reviewed National Public Radio (NPR). March 10, 2011
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National Public Radio (NPR)
If you happen to be a Republican, a Christian, an evangelical, a member of the Tea Party, a gun owner, a Jew or you didn't graduate from one of America's elite institutions of higher education …
reviewed United States Postal Service (USPS). February 26, 2011
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USPS
I take no great joy in this but in my view the time has come to completely privatize the United States Postal Service.  Despite numerous rate increases over the past several years the USPS continues …
reviewed Rollback: Repealing Big Government Be.... February 21, 2011
Rollback: Repealing Big Government Before The Coming Financial Collapse
Thomas E. Woods Jr. is a best-selling author and a senior fellow at the Ludwig Von Mises Institute.  Mr. Woods is in his thirties and is convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt  that …
reviewed 2011 Wisconsin Budget Battle. February 19, 2011
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2011 Wisconsin Budget Battle
A funny thing happened in Wisconsin in the 2010 mid-term elections.  A state reputed to be one of the bastions of liberalism and one that had been dominated by Democrats for decades elected a Republican …
reviewed Chris Christie. February 17, 2011
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Chris Christie
Such was the pledge made by the newly elected Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie in his inaugural address on January 13, 2010.  Chris Christie is a Republican attempting to affect meaningful change …
reviewed NPR. February 12, 2011
NPR
   What it means to be American.   ShareThis      I listen to NPR regularly. It’s one of my most treasured American indulgences. In China, news is dictated by …
reviewed Sarah Palin. February 09, 2011
posted in Politics Your Way
Sarah Palin Headshot
 As a longtime follower of politics, I am surprised by the power Sarah Palin has in the American political environment. She repeatedly demonstrates that she lacks the knowledge to run any major organization, …
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