Monthly Archives: March 2009

Are We Becoming a Dictatorship?

The following excerpt is from an article here. the House Financial Services Committee, led by chairman Barney Frank, has approved a measure that would, in some key ways, go beyond the most draconian features of the original AIG bill. The … Continue reading

Posted in Law, Politics

My Dad Shot Maxwell Smart

Once upon a time, when I was about 12 years old, my Dad shot Maxwell Smart. It happened like this: Dad had bought himself a used Belgium Browning .22 rifle, take-apart; it was the same as the one in this … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Guns, Humor, Personal | 3 Comments

Where Is Mexico Getting Guns?

I keep hearing on the news that the Mexican drug syndicates are getting all their guns from the U.S.; mostly purchased at gun shows and then transported across the border. Nearly every news article on the subject of Mexican drug … Continue reading

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Atlas Shrugged

I’m about half-way through Atlas Shrugged, by Ayn Rand. I got started on this out of curiosity – I kept seeing references to John Galt, on protest signs at the Tea Parties. So I looked it up – and he’s … Continue reading

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TAX, Revisited

They’re working up to voting on this even as I write this. See my previous article on taxes. Some of this is covered there. A 3.6 Trillion Dollar Budget. With an anticipated 1 Trillion Dollar DEFICIT each year for the … Continue reading

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The Biggest Hoax of All Time

The biggest hoax of all time is being perpetrated. That is the global warming myth, upon which our illustrious government is basing their economic policies. Some real, live scientists debunk it. Truly good graphs of what the climate is actually … Continue reading

Posted in Politics, Science

So Who Are You Going to Believe?

Interesting. From Fox News: The Democrats say: Joe Biden’s economic adviser Jared Bernstein said: “What we do expect … <is> energy reform, health care reform, education, all done in the context of a budget that cuts the deficit in half … Continue reading

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