Monthly Archives: October 2010

College Tuition 45 Years Ago

TUP (Trickle Up Poverty) is full of gems.  One is on pages 245 and 246, in chapter 9, “School Daze: Eliminating the Propaganda Ministry”.  Savage paints a dramatic comparison of today’s education costs to what they were in 1965, the … Continue reading

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Qualified Voters

I’ve never been able to understand low voter turnout.  A 50% voter turnout means that half of the qualified voters actually voted.  So, what is a “qualified voter”?  It’s a legal term which every state defines by statute, based on … Continue reading

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Like a pandemic virus, there sure seems to be a lot of ignorance going around.  To many, there is no need to confuse issues with facts, because they’ve already made up their minds.  Rather than seeking a meeting of the … Continue reading

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Juan Williams

Juan Williams has just learned that old-school liberalism is no longer welcome in globalist circles.  Because of my conservative views, I’ve always considered him a spokesman for the left.  But many on the left have accused him of conservative leanings, … Continue reading

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Get informed.  Read Trickle Up Poverty.  Every american voter needs to know the information in this book.  Remain ignorant at your own risk.

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NAACP Racism

Aren’t you getting just a little bit tired of the racism game?  Once again the NAACP is in the news, charging the Tea Parties with racist associations.  What makes this charge particularly outrageous and impossible to ignore, is the ugly, … Continue reading

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“When In The Course Of Human Events”

“When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which … Continue reading

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Looking At The Donut Or Looking At The Hole?

Donuts are identified by the holes in their middles.  But wise counsel says, “Watch the donut, not the hole.”  As a Christian, I’ve noticed that many annoyed non-Christians strain so hard to see the hole that they completely miss the … Continue reading

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Trickle Up Poverty

I pre-ordered a copy of Michael Savage’s Trickle Up Poverty (TUP) from Amazon and I’m hoping it comes today.  Savage said the most-asked question from people who interviewed him about the book was what did he think the outcome of … Continue reading

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Bad Things Happen

(All Bible references are from the Complete Jewish Bible, translation by David H. Stern.) “And without trusting, it is impossible to be well-pleasing to God, because whoever approaches him must trust that he does exist and that he becomes a … Continue reading

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