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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Ignorance Versus Stupidity

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There is a difference between ignorance and stupidity.  Ignorance simply means lacking in knowledge or the ability to obtain knowledge.  Stupidity, on the other hand, means acting upon something either through ignorance, or through apathy towards gaining the proper knowledge.  It’s easy to forgive someone for being ignorant.  It’s not quite so easy to forgive … Continue reading »

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Protecting the Voices of Freedom

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A parent recently dared to stand and question a local school district panel explaining/promoting, “Common Core” standards in Baltimore County, MD.  If you watch the video, it is clear this man was physically removed and arrested for attempting to ask a question of the officials about implementation of common core in his school district.  The … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Civil liberties, Common Core, Constitutionally Limited Government, education, Uncategorized | Tags: , , | Leave a comment

Cincinnati City Council Elections Will Impact Every American

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The headline makes a bold claim, but Cincinnati casts a footprint far beyond its boundaries.  Cincinnati’s nine city council members are collectively one of the more progressive legislative bodies in the U.S., yet seated in the conservative heart of Ohio.  In spite of Detroit’s bad example – unfunded pensions, excessive employees per capita and allegiance … Continue reading »

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Categories: Conservatism, Economics, Fiscal Responsibility, Ohio Politics, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment

America’s Future Will Require Civil “Resurrection”

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Are the People Being Represented?Americans might wonder how historians will recount these days in our Republic.  The “Age of Arrogance” may best describe both the era and the relationship between citizens and the political class.  French diplomat Joseph de Maistre is credited with the phrase, “Every country has the government it deserves,” which is a … Continue reading »

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Categories: American Culture, Civil liberties, Constitutionally Limited Government, federal spending, U.S. Constitution, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , | Leave a comment