Category Archives: Freedom of Speech

Words

American college students are not the hope of our future. They are childish and irresponsible because they are taught to believe in a fantasy world. Rather than preparing young adults to become adept at navigating a life-course in the real … Continue reading

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Free To Believe ~ Free To Speak

People believe what they want to.  And rare indeed is the person who changes his beliefs, once he’s settled on what’s his own.  That’s pretty much why most folks don’t spend much time examining or discussing their beliefs.  Everything’s already … Continue reading

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words

Society is two-faced when it comes to violence.  Despite copious shedding of crocodile tears over so-called “gun violence”, we find other forms of violence quite acceptable, and even worthy of being institutionalized.  Spanking your child for willful disobedience is a … Continue reading

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Your Comments

Recently, I received a comment to one of my posts, consisting of the single sentence, “The only thing your article lacks is logic. :)”. As I considered responding, all I could think of was what Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac … Continue reading

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“I do not agree with what you have to say, …”

These days it seems like the whole world is clamoring.  Clamoring!  North Africa and the Middle East is rife with wars and rumors of wars.  We have our own drug war going on along our border.  Japan is reeling from … Continue reading

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Exercising Freedom Or Exercising Hate?

The other day as I was getting my hair cut, I overheard a conversation about the fighting in Libya.  A lady was saying, “There’s just too much hate in the world.  It doesn’t take that much to show a little … Continue reading

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What’s On The Agenda?

Chris Matthews and other left-wing hacks blame conservative talk-radio hosts Michael Savage and Mark Levin for creating a “climate of hate” which led to the killings in Tucson.  The point they try to make is that “angry” rhetoric stirs up … Continue reading

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Those Two Things

rewritten from original draft of 2009 (From one of those “I get depressed during the holidays” people.) An Explosion Of Thoughts In a typical newsy Christmas letter, one of my relatives wrote, “The back and forth political ranting is becoming … 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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