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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Constitution on the Rocks

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The Constitution was a contract between “We the People” and a new Federal government (with the States as the people’s representatives and intermediaries) which gave that new government certain limited powers and responsibilities which were carefully prescribed to avoid future tyranny.  In the last few weeks, we have seen that none of the three … Continue reading »

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Dreams of a Tyrant

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Our Forefathers founded a nation designed around the premise of a tightly restricted centralized government on purpose.  That purpose was to prevent tyranny from garnering too much power such that it could usurp the will of the people by chipping away at our freedoms under the auspice of looking out for our “best interests”.  The … Continue reading »

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The Bard Understood the Left

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William Shakespeare wrote a famous line in the play Hamlet that went like this, “Methinks the lady doth protest too much”.  This line was related to Gertrude’s denial of any role related to Hamlet’s father’s death where she instead became overzealous in her attempt to pin the crime on Hamlet.  A variant of that line … Continue reading »

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My How the Mighty have Fallen

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Oh my, how the mighty have fallen!  As recently as just last year we were being told that no matter who the Republican’s managed to put up against Obama in this years presidential race, they would never be able to compete against his developing economic recovery and $1 Billion campaign war chest.  Obama would easily … Continue reading »

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Frozen at the Edge of Tyranny

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Tyranny sucks. What happened to our freedoms?  I swear we used to have them.   Quietly, in the name of “safety”, we have lost them. The terrorists of 9/11 didn’t just target the World Trade Center; they targeted our way of life. Our complicit government was eager to “ensure” our safety and create new bureaucracies … Continue reading »

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Failure of Senate Joint Resolution 37 Brings on the Pain

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Grassroots activists and electricity rate payers throughout Ohio were urged to contact Senators Portman and Brown, and urge them to vote for S.J. resolution 37 which would stop the destructive Utility MACT rule from being implemented by the EPA.  Although Senator Portman voted for the resolution, his vote along with 45 Senators was insufficient to … Continue reading »

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Getting the Lead Out

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What has been going on with the Fast and Furious case has become an absolute outrage.  Both politicians and political pundits from the Left have been running around claiming this to be nothing more than a political witch hunt.  The more than obvious problem with that claim is that in a typical witch hunt there … Continue reading »

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The Real Reality

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As strange as this may sound the single biggest opponent of the Left isn’t the Right.  It’s reality.  The single biggest bane of the Left isn’t the Tea Party.  It’s technology.  The reason the Left has been losing ground politically over the last several years is that the Right has finally figured out how to … Continue reading »

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Passionate Logic

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One of the unmistakable traits employed in my commentaries is that I always choose logic over emotion when dealing with resolutions to issues.  The reason is that logic is an unwavering constant which holds no agenda of its own, whereas emotions can create a continually evolving position which lends itself to manipulation.  Passion can deceive … Continue reading »

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The Stranger Within

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What do you think the odd are that if Nancy Pelosi were to wake up one morning and find me sitting at her kitchen table helping myself to the contents of her refrigerator that she would immediately call the cops and have me arrested?  Do you think I would get a similar response from a … Continue reading »

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