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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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As many of you know Late Bird was written in 2013, published in 2014, and with that opened the door for me to travel around the country. The premise was simple. We needed an American to be elected as the next President of the United States. In novel form I ...
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As many of you know Late Bird was written in 2013, published in 2014, and with that opened the door for me to travel around the country. The premise was simple. We needed an American to be elected as the next President of the United States. In novel form I ...
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Decades ago I hired a friend of one of my employees. The corporation I worked for wanted growth and to grow more bodies were needed. The new hire was average at best but again the company wanted growth so I stuck with him. One morning it was brought to my ...
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Russia! Russia! Russia! When did the Democratic Party become Jan Brady? Then again being a fictitious middle sister is dramatically better than factually being a part of La Raza, CAIR, BLM, or the Nation of Islam. The same Nation of Islam that called for the killing of all White People ...
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One day in high school I was informed that someone I was already not a fan of made a derogatory comment about me and my family. The next day I found the individual in the hallway between classes and asked if they indeed did say this. Let's just say it ...
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With all the insanity and illegality happening in the courts these days I thought it pertinent to again cover how our system works and doesn't work. The idea of Democracy is to serve the majority which eventually leads to Tyranny. This is the culmination of Socratic Theory. A Republic or in ...
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I was twenty-one and talking in the kitchen with a married couple from whom I'd just rented a room. This was necessary as I had  transferred to a California State University to finish my baseball career and graduate.  As it'd been a long day I decided to call it a ...
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Leaders don't lead from the back or check the wind and adjust to which way they think it is blowing. Leaders lead. It is understandable that some in America aren't sure anymore what ethical leadership looks like. After twenty-four years of Clinton, Bush, Obama, the appearance of "leadership" hasn't been ...
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Liberals continue to scream about the loss of Democracy and most Republican politicians mimic this belief. Is it any wonder we are where we are? If a physician prescribes aspirin for your heart, a blood thinner, and you instead decide to eat donuts every morning, one shouldn't be surprised when ...
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Dear President Trump, Finally the day has arrived. The United States will remove a community organizer and replace him with you. A Billionaire. A man who once boasted of drug and alcohol usage while telling children marijuana is the same as drinking beer is being replaced by you. A man ...
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In high school I crushed baseballs with a 34 inch 31 ounce Easton Black Magic.  She was a beauty.  That bat hit baseballs, golf balls, Wiffle balls, Wiffle golf balls thousands if not tens of thousands of times.  Batting cages, batting practice, tee time on the field and hours at ...
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Recently an article hit the internet proclaiming the life span of some Americans to be growing shorter. Eight years of the Obama/Pelosi/Reid cocktail coupled with a Ryan/McConnell chaser can do that to a person. Of course it is easy to take shots at evil and cowardice. What isn't easy is ...
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A new year is upon us. Once again America will experience "change".  Let us "hope" this proposition will be a positive one.  At a bare minimum the addition by subtraction model will reward these United States as the removal of Obama will immediately pay dividends to the spirit and the ...
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I've always enjoyed Christmas especially as a child.  Most of the time the weather was crisp and on a few occasions snow arrived.  Throughout my childhood and adolescence the days surrounding Christmas were spent playing Wiffle Ball, basketball, and when we had enough players, football. Christmas music has always been ...
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These days most of the headlines on the internet have no value. The actual columns are worse. Nothing quite like the press, who got everything wrong during the Presidential election, trying to explain how things "went down". These jokesters all want "street cred" these days. Maybe a bottle of hot ...
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