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undeniable underlying truths

Redundant: Calling Piers Morgan an Idiot

| June 23, 2015

Changing the manner in which someone is killed does not make their death any less tragic. And if guns are the problem, why bother reading so-called ‘manifestos’? Why worry about a flag, or what Walmart sells?

The Spending Must Go On!

| April 24, 2011

A liberal Democrat explains why it’s important that we don’t cut Federal spending. We risk economic collapse!

Muslims Should be Insulted

| September 9, 2010

Quran burning episode proves two things: many Muslim faithful really ARE violent people, and liberals all clearly believe that — in spite of their empty rhetoric to the contrary.

Dark Days of the Soviet Union

| July 29, 2010

I contend that today’s liberal and progressives, due to the general dearth of their critical thinking skills, are actually quite blind to the reality around them.  Instead, they are guided by baseless feelings of self-guilt through a world of political correctness which they are building that is 180 degrees out of phase with the realities of the human condition.

Economics, the Easy Way

| January 30, 2010

Even YouTube provides some great economic lessons!  Enjoy!

R.I.P. Socialism

| January 3, 2010

Will we not learn the lessons that history is teaching us and finally, once and for all, bury socialist philosophies in a cold grave?

Conservatism Stands Tall

| January 3, 2010

Throughout human history, people have argued about how a society should be run. At one end of the spectrum is a strong central authority (king, lord, dictator, etc.) that essentially enslaves its people.  Some of those people may well be very happy to be so enslaved while others will resent the lack of freedoms.  I call this end of the spectrum "tyranny."  The other end of the spectrum is no authority AKA anarchy.  At this end, violence quickly ensues as people fight over life sustaining resources with the eventual result being a strong central authority that rules by force and threat of violence.  This too is tyranny since it will lead directly to tyranny.

Haggling Over Price (again)

| January 2, 2010

Where some will disagree, is where the line in the sand is that marks the limit of where we think the federal government has authority to go as so granted by the Constitution.  This disagreement is fine and we can argument like gentlemen about it all day long.

Good For the Government Watchdogs

| September 8, 2009

Education Secretary Arne Duncan acknowledged that some prepared guidance for school officials included a suggestion that students could compose essays stating how they could help support Obama and his causes – an idea the he acknowledged was wrongheaded. The logical conclusion is that in the absence of the protests from vigilant government watchdogs, these “wrongheaded” suggestions would have gone through.

Obama Thinks Latinos are Stupid

| May 27, 2009

It’s because of this type of evidence that I firmly believe that liberalism and progressivism is inherently condescending and elitist.