The Law. It Only Matters When Enforced.

In 1986 Ronald Reagan made a “deal” with Democrats and amnestied millions of humans in the United States illegally, most of them from Mexico. The “deal” was the border would be permanently secured while “giving” Democrats more voter support. Some may argue that is a bit simplistic. The truth is always simple and the aforementioned statement is one hundred percent correct. In regards to Reagan’s opinion of this event it was “reported” later that he…

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KNOWLEDGE MUST BE GATHERED. MORE IMPORTANTLY IT MUST BE SHARED.

Yesterday I Ubered home. My wonderful truck (almost 200,000 miles) informed me that we needed a water pump and my trusted mechanic(s) told me that the job wouldn’t be completed in time for my drive home from work. Hence Uber. My driver was a very polite and energetic young man in his early thirties. Our first thirty seconds covered introductions. He told me he was a father of three and working three jobs to pay…

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Lookin’ at the promise of the Promised Land

One day last week, on my way to work, I turned on the radio. These days I normally head straight to music, but on this particular day I was feeling good and a little curious about the rest of the channels that I’d ignored off and on for the last few years. I went to FoxBusiness first and listened to a grown man-child drone on about nothing in particular.  After sixty seconds my brain began…

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Crazy never takes a day off

When I sit down to write I have a theme or an idea in mind.  This week the world seemed to have jumped from one event to another faster than normal. Maybe it’s just the sporadic and emotionally unbalanced way the Liberal Press decided to cover (selectively) current events. With that in mind I will write at their same pace and try to balance out their proclivity of chasing their own tail or creating their…

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Let that gift be you

Growing up in the seventies and eighties one of the more common sayings was “if you don’t have anything nice to say, say nothing at all.” Not only was this a wonderful lesson in self-control it also helped to keep the disease known as gossip under wraps. That was then, this is now. In today’s world that beneficial saying has been replaced with “just keeping it real” as though gossip and ignorance are “real”. Whatever…

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America isn’t a village

There appears to be three types of voters in these United States. Our first types are the ones that voted for Obama (the second time), those that voted for Hillary (at any time), and those still willing to vote for a Bush, a Kasich, a McCain, or any Democratic Candidate. These are called Stupid Voters. This may seem brutal but sadly it is quite accurate and the longer they are coddled the worse things will…

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“Vote Democrat because anything is possible.”

A while ago I wrote about a Democratic Congressman out of Florida who proclaimed that he and the Liberals had the “black and hispanic vote”, the strong support of the gay community, and were going to run the country. Florida then proceeded to go for Trump. Oh the well laid plans of mice and stupid men. Still, I remember listening to this buffoon and wondering how someone with so much hate and ignorance could ever…

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Happy Birthday to the Red White and Blue

Born in Southern California every 4th of July celebration I can remember was pretty much the same.  Playing in the neighborhood all day while stopping to eat a wide variety of foods usually only available on holidays.  I’m sure some type of large firework show took place but I don’t really remember them.  I do remember Whistling Petes, Black Snakes, and Sparklers.  The acrid smell of smoke and burnt vegetation as a Spinning Flower once…

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Article 4 Section 4

I was recently having a conversation with an incredibly bright individual about western civilization (specifically Socratic Theory which was introduced through Plato’s Republic) and different types of government. A question was then asked of me which I answered. When I finished, a comment was made that my next column should be “exactly what I just said”. Here goes. Socrates theorized about different types of governments that started with Aristocracy and eventually succumbed to Tyranny. In…

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Rope Is Recyclable

It can be a truly bizarre thing to watch human behavior.  Millions of souls making decisions that go against their very survival. How do we change the “hearts and minds” of those who haven’t any heart and absolutely no mind? It is the curse of the “good” to have to wait to be attacked before “justification” allows the moral to defend itself against the criminal. Left unto herself Justice is supposed to be blind but…

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