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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Grass Roots Still Leading the Charge

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Let us make a bold assumption that the United States will avoid the agony of European-style statism, taxation and societal breakdown.  As the last bastion of freedom on earth, it probably goes without saying, Americans fighting for a constitutionally-limited government are the firewall preventing President Reagan’s “thousand years of darkness.”  Among nations, only the United … Continue reading »

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The Straight Facts

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There is a Facebook post that has been making the rounds lately thanking the states of Florida, Kentucky, and Missouri for being the first states in the nation to drug test welfare recipients.  Just about every time I’ve seen it get posted there seems to be some mental midget that will reply with a comment … Continue reading »

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Crimes and Misdemeanors

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Watergate was a scandal so profound that it brought down a president.  In reality it was nothing more than run of the mill dirty politics where some of Nixon’s minions were caught breaking into DNC headquarters attempting to steal campaign information.  Basically, Nixon was brought down more because of the ineptness of the cover up … Continue reading »

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Counterfeit Illegals

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If I were to begin counterfeiting my own currency, what do you think the odds would be that if I got caught I would be arrested and sent to prison for a very long time?  Do you think it might make any difference for my case if I were to claim that I was only … Continue reading »

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Thresholds – the Hidden Tax

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One of the fundamental principles of economics has to do with the “rule of finite numbers”.  The rule of finite numbers works like this:  Suppose two people have 50 marbles each for a total of 100 marbles.  If person A gives person B one of their marbles the difference isn’t 1, it’s 2 since person … Continue reading »

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Obama’s Failed Fix

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Obama has been catching a lot of heat for his comment last week about the private sector doing fine.  Yes, he deserves the heat he’s getting for being so out of touch, but that part alone doesn’t necessarily surprise or concern me.  What does concern me is how he followed up that statement by trying … Continue reading »

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Obama’s Phony Jobs Numbers

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Our national debt has grown by over $5 Trillion dollars since Obama took office.  In total over $1 Trillion of that was specifically earmarked to “create jobs” in the form of stimulus packages.  Obama has been running around claiming that he’s created 4.2 million jobs.  Okay, so where are they? Exactly what did our $1 Trillion buy us?  A … Continue reading »

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Will Fracking Taxes End Ohio’s Budget Woes

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Most Ohioans are now aware the Buckeye State may be the Saudi Arabia of natural gas due to advancements in horizontal drilling and shale fracking.  We are blessed to have massive deposits of shale in Eastern Ohio and twice-blessed that energy producers are eagerly leasing property and exploring with gusto.  At the same time, the … Continue reading »

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The Real Message from Wisconsin

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There was a clear message sent yesterday from the voters ofWisconsinto their own democratic politicians.  It’s important to keep in mind that this message was sent from the masses of a historically blue state out to their own fellow democrats.  That message is that it’s time to grow up and start acting like adults!  That … Continue reading »

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Wisdom from Wisconsin

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If you were to ask pretty much any union member what today’sWisconsinrecall election is all about they will tell you that it has to do with protecting worker rights to be part of a union.  If that’s what the election was actually about I would be standing should to shoulder with them in solidarity.  I … Continue reading »

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