Monthly Archives: June 2010

A Government of the judiciary?

Abraham Lincoln spoke of a government of the people, by the people and for the people.  We’ve come a long way, baby!  The people of the State of California voted that marriage is between a man and a woman, not … Continue reading

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Abby Sunderland

What most people don’t understand is there are very few individuals in this world who are willing to risk anything  to achieve a goal.  Most people want safety above all.  Yet we are all beholden to those few risk-takers because … Continue reading

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No Vote, No Freedom

I just got back from voting, something I have been doing regularly for over 40 years.  I’ve known people who never vote.  It’s against their religion (Jehovah’s Witnesses).  For others, “It’s just too much trouble.”  I drove less than four … Continue reading

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Real Racism, Part 2

It does no good to reason with opponents to Arizona’s new immigration law.   They shout things such as, “Boycott Arizona!” And with deep passion they adjure anyone who will listen that this “right-wing”, “Nazi”-style racism must be dealt a … Continue reading

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The Real Racism, Part 1

Shortly after President Obama nominated Sotomayor to the Supreme Court, I wrote La Raza a letter.  They never responded to my letter or even acknowledged it.  Here is a copy of the letter I sent them: Because of Obama’s recent … Continue reading

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