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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, ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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The survival of the human is a very simple thing to understand. Water, food, shelter, security. In that order. With water, food, and shelter handled security becomes the most important survival factor. Before men like Samuel Colt created weapons that could deal with multiple or larger attackers, most men and ...
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My life has always been pretty simple in regards to those who like to run their mouths or give me unsolicited advice. When something is said that I don't like I tell the person to stop. If they do it again I invite them to deal with this issue in ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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In this day and age the verbiage used in everyday discussion is neglect and void. Neglect of substance. Void of humility. Too many are self-proclaimed "geniuses" or "experts" or the "greatest of all time". Lost souls referring to themselves as God, Jesus, or followers of Bernie Sanders . Oy vey ...
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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 ...
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Roughly three quarters of the planet is covered in specific molecular combustion. Certain "gasses" smashing into each other that create, restore, and allow life. Unlike today's "snowflakes" the real McCoy requires Hydrogen (2 parts) and Oxygen (1 part).  Without this incredible process of evolution, life as we know it, would ...
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How do you say thank you, to humans you've never met in this world, and never will? How? How do you say thank you to those still on Bunker Hill? At Gettysburg? Those still on the beach at Omaha or Normandy? Those still located around the 38th Parallel. How do ...
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ABC ran a long piece on the "philanthropy" of George Soros and how he is currently being demonized due to anti-semitism. Insert laughter here. George Soros supported and still supports Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and the traitors known as the Democratic Party. There is a word for this and it ...
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Everyday something new, and quite frankly bizarre, seems to happen in these United States. Each morning "and as I rise" (Alabama) I no longer check to see whether there is  "new" news.  There doesn't seem to be an original thought on television anymore and the humor has disappeared completely. Everyday ...
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James Comey sat in front of the world and stated that Huma Abedin had committed multiple crimes and yet not one politician called for her indictment. Not one. Comey furthered his part of ruining America and proving that emasculation does indeed physically exist by proclaiming to be "mildly nauseous". His ...
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As always there is a lot going on in the world.  Information and misinformation flows continuously.  The days of taking anything at face value are long gone.  I've received many questions from concerned Americans about what is happening to our country and what they can do to stop this runaway ...
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It was the early nineties and some of my teammates and I were in a van riding to a baseball game in Southern California.  I don't remember how the conversation began but one of my teammates started in about no longer being black but rather an African-American. This was the ...
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Liberals before the Obama "red line" in Syria was enforced: "Trump is a misogynistic, racist, homophobic, bigot who was elected because of Vladimir Putin." Liberals after: "The bombs are beautiful (cue Brian Williams), Mr. Trump is now our President. Vladimir who?" Liberals 24 hours later: "Trump is getting us into ...
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I could provide thousands of personal examples but the one that really sticks out was the time I placed a bet on a football game.  There was a certain amount of physiological excitement happening as the game was televised and about to begin.  That excitement turned to stress as my ...
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Courage is not assertion without fear. Courage is assertion in spite of fear and comes in many forms, shapes, and sizes. I was reminded of this a few days ago while having a conversation. The individual I was speaking with was making jokes after receiving yet another round of chemotherapy ...
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Neil Gorsuch had a real opportunity. Senator Orrin Hatch, interestingly enough, walked the Supreme Court Nominee right into Marbury versus Madison.  Gorsuch could have spent a significant amount of time providing knowledge (assuming he had some) or at least both sides of the argument in the 1803 case. Instead he ...
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