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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Freedom In Name Only

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The question demands an answer – has America tossed another vestige of freedom on the scrap heap of history. Watertown, (MA) citizens welcomed armed police and swat teams into their homes during the search for Boston Marathon bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.  As the linked video confirms, Boston’s ersatz storm troopers treated homeowners with scant civility.  A … Continue reading »

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The Final Nail On Gun Control

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This past week has been a historically bad one for Obama and the gun control crowd.  Things started off lousy enough when even the democratically controlled Senate failed to pass their utopian fantasy legislation.  I guess there are even some Democrats who are smart enough to realize that simply saying “please stop” isn’t a feasible … Continue reading »

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The Realities of Boston

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By now we’ve all heard about the horrific tragedy in Boston.  3 people are dead and over 140 were injured when a nut job terrorist detonated two explosives at the marathon finish line.  What you probably aren’t aware of is the heroic event that occurred on Saturday in Hamilton, OH where 3 people’s lives were … Continue reading »

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A Controlling Interest

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A well-worn phrase came to mind recently, as opposing parties in the Senate began debating gun control legislation – We must do something.  On Thursday April 4,  by a vote of 68-31, the Senate voted to begin the process of bringing gun control legislation to the floor.  Gun control in the minds of those on … Continue reading »

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The Lesson of Mea Culpa

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If we truly want to protect our children while in school then we must first realize that the primary threat against them doesn’t come from guns. The true threat that exists at all levels of public education is the “mea culpa”. That’s because these words are no longer about expressing remorse for wrongful acts, but … Continue reading »

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