Category Archives: Philosophy

You Didn’t Build That?

“You didn’t build that!”, Obama said, in a fit of honesty. Every once in a while his mouth gets ahead of his brain and he tells us what he really believes. The very best thing you can say about his … Continue reading

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Chic-fil-A

Officials in at least three cities, including Rahm Emanuel in Chicago, are trying to block Chic-fil-A from opening restaurants in their towns, because Chic-fil-A does not support gay marriage. This constitutes religious persecution by the government. Since when, in the … Continue reading

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Tea Party – Violent?

It seems that the leftist liberal main-stream media has succeeded in painting the Tea Party as being violent. I find this interesting since I cannot think of a single instance of any Tea Party activity in which the members of … Continue reading

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Murder in Aurora, revisited

I just found out that the mass murder at the theater in Aurora, Colorado, happened in a theater which has a no-guns policy. Gee, that worked well, didn’t it? I might point out also that the killer was stopped by … Continue reading

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Murderer in Aurora, Colorado

We just got back from our vacation in Durango, Colorado; had a great time, but for some car trouble. Now, a few days later, some nut-job decides to get in the news in a big way by murdering or injuring … Continue reading

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The Mandate

Well, I will admit I was taken by surprise by the Supreme Court ruling in favor of ObamaCare. It seems so incredibly obvious to me that nothing in the Constitution gives the government the right to require me to purchase … Continue reading

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Cars Are More Dangerous Than Guns

I really don’t understand the horror some people have for guns. Really, they should be afraid of driving. I have contended for a long time that cars and trucks and other moving vehicles are far more deadly than guns which … Continue reading

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