Tag Archives: Vote

Is It Worth Restoring?

Today, as I began my morning walk, a beautiful antique car drove past me.  It was one of those automobiles that’s impossible to miss.  It was immaculate and shiny.  I’m no aficionado of classic cars, but to me, it had … Continue reading

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Not Bothering To Vote?

Some commentators have said many voters will decide not to participate in November’s election.  If you are one of those voters, this article is written for you.  Rather than allowing yourself to be discouraged, please take a moment to reconsider. … Continue reading

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Quiet Before The Storm

The President now not only has the authority to suspend all the constitutional rights of American citizens at his own discretion, but he has the means of enforcing it. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jim-garrison/martial-law-under-another_b_1370819.html http://www.examiner.com/article/feds-explanation-of-hollow-point-bullets-raises-more-questions http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2012/08/15/2-more-federal-agencies-soc-security-national-oceanic-atmospheric-buy-hollow-point-bullets/ Do we have any reason to expect a … Continue reading

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What Would Jesus Do?

Do Christians really understand what Jesus meant when he said, “Render unto Caesar the things that belong to Caesar and render unto God the things that belong to God.”? If so, they know that “Caesar” represents the authority of government … Continue reading

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How’s Your Constitution?

Lately I’ve been doing more reading than writing. As my previous post (MOTS) may have demonstrated, I’m pretty fed up with how things are going on the national political scene.  Today I spent some time studying the platform of the … Continue reading

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MOTS

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. — Albert Einstein 9/11 has come and gone. Ten years. A lot of people have had a lot to say about it — from the President to … Continue reading

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My Political Philosophy

How would you describe your political philosophy? A Chicken in every pot — or freedom for all? When I was 17 years old, I was provincial and naive. But my girlfriend was from New York. She had seen Nureyev and … Continue reading

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Crafty Speakers / Who’s Listening?

We can only have a free country if debate is honest, respectful and rational. That requires maturity and clear thinking. Is that too much to ask? I’m tired of slimy hucksters in government and journalists who ape them in the … Continue reading

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Leadership, Opinion Polls And The Constitution

I haven’t written any posts of my own lately. I’ve been on vacation. But wanted to share the following article from a leader in the Constitution Party, because both of the BIG TWO — Republicans and Democrats — have stalled … Continue reading

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Who Are You Voting For?

Gee, we haven’t even finished cringing from the results of the last presidential election and it’s already that season again.  A whole new batch of hopefuls are shifting into campaign mode.  In my lifetime, Obama is the 12th man to … Continue reading

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