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Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Suicide of Detroit

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If I go to a restaurant that provides lousy service and poor quality I’ll leave and won’t go back.  There is no logic that gives the owner any reason to assume that I’ll graciously leave my wallet behind to keep his establishment going in my absence.  If you listen to Liberals like Robert Reich they … Continue reading »

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Obama Ain’t No Trayvon

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Listening to Obama speak about the Zimmerman verdict gave me great pause to reflect on just how out of touch with reality our current President actually is.  He claimed that 30 years ago he could have just as easily had been Trayvon himself.  Hardly!  Other than both of them posing for pictures while “Chooming” they … Continue reading »

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Macro Economics 1010

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The media has been touting the narrative lately that the economy has been improving and that we are finally on the road to recovery.  They specifically cite 3 different statistics to “prove” their point.  Those statistics are that unemployment has been slowly coming down, that our rate of debt increase has declined significantly, and that … Continue reading »

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Moronics

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In 1975 a book came out that attempted to define the words and terminologies used by the black urban youth under the label Ebonics.  In 1996 the Oakland, CA School Board even went as far as declaring Ebonics to be its own distinct language.  As of today I would like to declare a new language … Continue reading »

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Declaring Our Second Independence

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If you were to ask most people why we celebrate Independence Day the most obvious answer would be that we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence which freed us from Great Britain.  From a technical perspective this would be correct.  However, what most people don’t fully grasp is exactly what it was that … Continue reading »

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Putting the Pieces Together

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Question:  What do Paula Deen, Trayvon Martin, and the immigration bill all have in common? Answer:  They are all based on a common agenda that has nothing to do with what each issue seems to be about individually. Case in point:  If you take a look at the Paula Deen controversy as an example, the media wants … Continue reading »

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