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The Cost of Political Business

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Let’s Talk Once Upon a Time

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Let’s Talk  Once Upon a Time

It’s hard to believe so much can change in so little time.  Once upon a time news reporting was totally unbiased no matter what channel you watched.  Politics today has become the topic of fairy tales where truth and fiction overlap seamlessly.  Education was once about learning not indoctrination and once upon a time families gathered to discuss world and domestic events whereas families today are as devided as the Hatfields & McCoys of the 1890’s.. There was a time long ago when America’s freedom was a distant dream.  Men of great courage gathered, attempting to separate this rebel nation...

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The War against Freedom is Subtle but Relentless

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The War against Freedom is Subtle but Relentless

“Internet providers are in an information war where truth, fiction and freedom are almost indistinguishable” One can only imagine what politics was like back in the 18th and early 19th Century.  Certainly it would have been much different with the likes of Google and the Internet. Most 18th Century citizens in the U.S. never even saw or heard from their presidential candidates except through word of mouth and newspaper articles. How difficult it must have been to make good voting decisions, as a free nation, from second and third hand information. Fast forward to our Century, where information is measured...

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Slippery Slope or Slip ‘n Slide

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Slippery Slope or Slip ‘n Slide

Let’s Talk For those of us that grew up with snow, you can relate to the Slippery slope, where you could sled or ski in a somewhat controlled descent.  You can also remember the original Slip & Slide toy by Wammo…a long sheet of plastic that lays on the lawn with water making it slippery.  The best you could do is a belly flop from one end to the other….there was no body control…just free fall. This is the analogy I use in describing how this country is presently in an ideological FREE FALL.  There seems to be a lack...

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PodCast

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Entitlements Soon Become Human Rights Issues

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Discussing The Candy

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Aimed at stemming climate change

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Has America forgotten what Socialism is?

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Has America forgotten what Socialism is?

To truly understand why our country has become tolerant of Socialism is to look no further than the political indoctrination of our youth in education. Where there was once open debate there is now ridicule.  With the constant emphasis on the environment, climate change and global warming, students are taught that those with opposing viewpoints, even if backed by fact, are against “social justice”. Our schools have been politicized. The politics over how we think, act or interact with others has become intimately associated with educational programs designed to influence the minds of our youth.  Common Core education is the...

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Historical Injustices and Political Agendas

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Historical Injustices and Political Agendas

  History has no relevance except when used for better decision making.  In today’s fast paced political society, it’s easy to forget the past.  The list of past deeds by the Obama administration have all but been forgotten but their importance to history is paramount. Below is a summary of how an unsuspecting public was duped by the Obama administration and not a single attempt has ever been made by the Justice Department or Congress to seek justice.  Let’s take a look at some of the major injustice events. 1-    The Great “stimulus” Heist:  Nearly a trillion dollars was given...

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