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Obama shoots skeet?

Weird… I guess the White House accidentally released the wrong photo… Why destroy skeet when you can destroy something so much more valuable? In this 2001 radio interview, then-Senator Obama discusses in frank terms what he wishes the Constitution was… … Continue reading

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Natural manure

My favorite founding father, T.J. A letter he wrote, from France, to William Stephens Smith. Quotation found on this website. (emphasis mine) I do not know whether it is to yourself or Mr. Adams I am to give my thanks … Continue reading

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Monsanto Update

My favorite seed provider – Baker Creek Seed Company – provided the following article on its website. It details a pre-emptive lawsuit against Monsanto regarding some of the issues I mentioned in my previous post. It is to the advantage … Continue reading

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It’s time to say it: Monsanto is doing evil

Evil is such a taboo word. I think it’s too harsh for our gutless society. I don’t mean we don’t like guts; we adore them, especially when they’re all over the camera lens in our favorite zombie movie. But we … Continue reading

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New Party Leadership

Remember when I talked about needing new leadership in the Republican Party? I wasn’t alone. Such calls have been happening from elsewhere (some of them, it seems, are the old leaders, seeking to stay in power as perceived “new leaders”). … Continue reading

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Political suicide

I’m not interested in talking about the Presidential race. I know many people thought their preferred candidate was important; I was/am of the opinion that the two major candidates were just about the same. So much for that. The Republican … Continue reading

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Vote for Liberty

I’d like to make a couple of comments about the upcoming election, and then give a list of candidates throughout the nation I think are worth electing. And just to make it clear up front, I’ll not be promoting any … Continue reading

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CNN’s shameless debate spin: Ryan won, but Biden won

I was at Pizza Hut while the Veep Debate was unfolding (unraveling?), and the establishment was playing the event on a muted television. I commented to my fellow diners, “The media will NEVER let Biden lose this debate. If nothing … Continue reading

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The Problem With Terrorism, pt. 1

Terrorism, though its manifestations across America are scant, is the object of billions of dollars spent every year. Terrorism is a problem. And America has historically excelled at solving challenging problems. But one wonders, concerning this problem, how hard we’re … Continue reading

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Rand Paul filibusters foreign aid, continues father’s convictions

Senator Rand Paul, R-KY, is taking a stand against foreign aid. And he won’t sit down until something is done about it. According to the Daily Caller, Paul is encouraging his fellow Republicans to adopt the policy: “You do not … Continue reading

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