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Monthly Archives: November 2012

Death by Hyphen

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Throughout history many lands have fallen at the hands of foreign invaders.  Still many more have succumbed to financial ruin, natural disaster, and disease.  However, by far the single greatest cause for the demise of most nations has been the hyphen.  I realize this might sound a bit strange, but it’s true.  A simple little … Continue reading »

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What’s Next for the Grassroots?

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Since 2009, America’s grassroots activists dedicated millions of hours to taking the country back from a central government leading us down the debt-laden path to European-style socialism. In the months and years leading up to November’s elections, engaged conservative activists warned that President Obama’s reelection and continued Senate control by the left would signal the … Continue reading »

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The Sin of Caring

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The post election exit polling proved that Obama got a big bump simply by showing up for a photo op with Chris Christie after Hurricane Sandy even though he was only on the ground for a very short time.  The reply from most respondents was that they thought it showed how much he “cared”.  This … Continue reading »

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Saving our schools through efficiency

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Efficiency is key to the success of any economic endeavor.  The reason I’m a conservative is because logically that is where economic efficiency is best found.  Let’s face it, the liberal bureaucratic bound approach to all of life’s issues requiring potential monetary endowments also represents the antithesis of efficiency.  I defy a single Liberal to … Continue reading »

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Understanding the Buffett Affect

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The looming economic debate that’s taking over the headlines has to do with Republicans seeking spending cuts while at the same time Obama wants to raise taxes on the wealthy.  The ever popular battle cry of the Left is that we should be demanding the wealthy pay their “fair share”.  In reality the first thing … Continue reading »

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Explain it to me

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It’s hard not to get amused by the things I’ve heard and read since the election that has been coming from all those who have become instant new political pundits.  Suddenly everyone on the Left is beckoning for those of us on the Right to come and join them in some magical middle of the road … Continue reading »

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Wouldn’t it be nice

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It would be nice to live in a world where reality didn’t matter.  As long as you felt something should be, then it simply became true.  It would be nice to live in a world without consequences where decisions become easy because getting things wrong isn’t nearly as important as feeling that you are doing … Continue reading »

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