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Monthly Archives: May 2012

Hopelessly Lost

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There is an old joke about a man who is speeding down the road while totally lost.  When his wife points out the obvious to him, he replies “yes, but we’re making great time”.  We hear a lot from the Left about how the gap between the rich and poor continues to get wider.  They … Continue reading »

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Listening to Michelle

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I applaud First Lady Michelle Obama’s initiatives toward focusing people on their diet and exercise habits.  However, I resent any government body, whether it be federal, state, local, school district, etc. which attempts to mandate such ideas.  Mrs. Obama is correct in bringing attention to these issues, but there are two main problems with the … Continue reading »

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The Walk

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My friend and I went out for our usual walk this morning.  I realize he is there for companionship, not to save my life.  The conversation quickly turns to how hot it is, but it’s not nearly as hot as it gets in places like Iraq, the jungles of Southeast Asia, of PacificIslands like Guam.  … Continue reading »

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How I Plan to Celebrate Memorial Day

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The Left is constantly accusing the Right of never wanting to compromise.  In two party negotiations that’s just a crude way of whining that the other side hasn’t yet caved.  I find it totally ironic that last year the Left was running around joyously declaring the Tea Party as dead, yet this year they are … Continue reading »

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Nationalized Energy: A Step-by-Step Plan

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In my book “Common Sense – A view from the Heartland” I detail exactly what Obama’s plans for the energy markets are.  Unfortunately, what I had predicted is exactly what is now happening.  It was announced earlier this week that the bid pricing for futures credits on the PJM grid for 2015 are running in … Continue reading »

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Angels and demons

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There is an old saying about people who live in glass houses not throwing stones.  We should now add the Obama amendment stating that it’s an even worse idea to throw boulders….at your own house.  Obama thought it was a good idea to pick a fight with Romney over Bain Capital.  Even with some of … Continue reading »

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Liar, Liar

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Jim Carrey once starred in a movie called ‘”Liar Liar” where his character was cursed with the inability to tell lies.  Wouldn’t it be interesting if Obama were to develop the same affliction?  The problem with liberalism in the modern era of politics is that it is far too easy to fact check when someone … Continue reading »

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Democrat Voters Give “Uncommitted” a Thumbs-Up

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Sometimes the Left simply can’t get out of its own way.  The Excuser-in-Chief and his minions just stumbled over themselves once again and tossed their own constituents under the bus in the process.  Obama was just embarrassed by his own party in 3 state primaries.  The democratic primaries in Arkansas, Kentucky, and West Virginia shouldn’t … Continue reading »

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Confronting a Bully

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There has been a lot of talk lately on the subject of bullying.  Romney was accused of being a teenage bully although there was never any real proof, only hearsay.  Obama confessed to bullying a girl in his book “Dreams from my Father”, but I imagine it’s been a while since their last physical confrontation.  … Continue reading »

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As Ohio’s Local Governments Face Austerity

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Townships and other municipalities throughout Ohio are the fiscal “canary in the cage.”  Budget cuts at the state level trickled down to municipalities, affecting every community in conjunction with the impending elimination of the Ohio Estate Tax.  Both of these occurrences are necessary and overdue, yet local officials in townships and villages are feeling the … Continue reading »

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