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Maximum Occupancy

The trial of Kermit Gosnell brings into focus the motivating premise of Barack Obama.  No, I am not speaking of Barack Obama having a desire to kill the unborn. I am speaking of Barack Obama’s desire to kill off people in general because of his narrow view of the world, and his shallow place in it. Barack Obama views himself ...

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Internet Taxation

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Today 21 Republican Senators vote to tax Americans even more, while five Democrats voted against higher taxes. Shame on those republicans, and applause for those five Democrats. Those Republicans that are worthy of scorn are listed below. When they begin bragging about how wonderful they are and attempt to distract you with lies, don’t buy into their deceit. They will ...

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With Thanks to Francis Pharcellous Church

“DEAR MR WAY: I am 74 years old. “Some of my White House friends say there is no Liberty. “Papa says, ‘If you see it in THE CONSERVATIVE DAILY NEWS it’s so.’ “Please tell me the truth; is there a LIBERTY? “HARRY REID. “UNITED STATES SENATE.” HARRY, your White House friends are wrong. They have been affected by the skepticism ...

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Are None of Them of Value

It is really quite amazing what we witness in the United States of America today. On May 25, 1787 the Constitutional Convention opened.  One hundred sixteen days later, on September 17, 1787 they concluded their official work.  All but one of the thirteen states (excluding Rhode Island) participated in the convention.  Those twelve States gave unanimous order the Constitution should ...

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Can we cut the Sensationalizing…PLEASE?

The fundamental premise of most federally elected officials is that tightening their grip around the throats of the people will improve society. I would encourage each of them to spend some time with a dog.  The harder one pulls on the leash of a dog the more it strains to be free.  Ultimately the dog pulls itself loose from the ...

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It has been said before but I will say it again.  Federally elected officials just don’t comprehend the role of government. Today I read a comment by Senator John Hoeven. More than two years ago I persuaded former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to initiate a new USGS study of the Williston Basin to stimulate more private-sector investment in infrastructure like ...

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More Hacking at the Roots

It is difficult to assure accuracy in an incident without knowing all the facts.  However, knowing all the facts is also nearly impossible.  Thus, mouth-all-mighty people like me offer opinions based on the information they have available.  As more information becomes available opinions shifts. Now, I come to target of this monologue. This past weekend the Snow Canyon Lady Warriors ...

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This is Not about Ireland


The old man sat alone in the pub.  On the table in front was a pint of Irish ale.  The sleeve of his tattered jacket, dirty as the whole of it, bore the symbol of an army long defeated on the battlefield, yet not in the heart of a true Irishman.  Or so he retold himself.  His eyes were glassy ...

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Politically Sound Doctrine


Leadership and management theory can be narrowed down to three interrelated concepts; Authority, Responsibility, and Accountability. Yes, there are dozens of books on the market about various approaches to leadership and management.  Some folks have made a very good living theorizing how to be a better leader, or, a better manager, or being a superb both.  No criticism here about ...

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I Had a Dream

Last night I had a dream about Barack Obama. In the dream he was a shabby young man.  He had been abandoned by his father and left to be raised by his mom’s family.  His grandparents spent their life criticizing America, while basking in the wealth they had acquired.  His daddy, far away in Kenya, was known for criticizing America. ...

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Confession of Conviction

A couple weeks ago I decided to “like” several US Senators on Facebook.  Specifically, it was fourteen of the sixteen Republican Senators that voted, in contradiction of their oath of office, on a resolution regarding gun control. Since that time I have also “friended” Bryan Hyde (StGeorgeNews.com and host of 1-4 pm program “Perspectives” on 1450 KZNU).  Today Bryan had ...

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On a Fool’s Errand

Sometimes it appears that the federal government, maybe every level of government, is on a fool’s errand.  Now, for those that are unaware of this phrase a fool’s errand is “a completely absurd, pointless, or useless errand”. Some examples of a fool’s errand would be the United States Senate, controlled by Democrats, spending hours attempting to pass a gun control ...

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Sympathy for Dzhokhar

On Saturday I suggested that the main stream media, specifically CBS was starting the effort to setup Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as a victim in the Boston Marathon bombings. It soon followed that other media systems began building on the “sympathy for Dzhokhar” story. In the “Sunday spin” for Washington politicians Senator Dianne Feinstein of California brought the “sympathy for Dzhokhar” out of ...

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New Cat Discovered

Today the Masai Mara National Reserve announced that an American couple (names withheld to provide anonymity-initials NP and HR) on Safari discovered a new breed of jungle cat. It is a cross between the more common leopard and the lion. It new cat appears to have traits similar to both breeds. It congregates in a “pride” like the lion, but ...

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Political Stance — Economic Liberty : Platform of Traditional Libertarian Constitutionalists

Previously, beginning March 15, 2013  I posted the Platform of the Traditional Libertarian Constitutionalists (TLC) political initiative.  This is not an official political party as yet.  However, it is a series of positions which can unify the nation around sound public policy which a vast number of Americans are craving. Below, in conjunction with the previous posts, is the first ...

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