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Obama Provides A New Perspective On 1930s Germany

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In my previous thinking about pre-World War II Germany I always thought that good Germans citizens should have done more to stop Hitler and should have recognized what he was doing and where his Nazi party was taking their nation.  But with the current Obama administration leading us, and our inability to stop his intentional destruction of our nation regardless ...

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Government Is Nearly Always The Problem

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When considering where to place the blame for an impoverished society one should recall the classic examples of East and West Germany and North and South Korea.  In both instances the free, capitalist side was prosperous and the government-controlled, enslaved side lived terrible, frightened, hungry and cold existences.  In each example both sides of the national boundries were populated by ...

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The Legacy of Legacy-Oriented Bureaucrats

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Modern American political statesmen, much like their positional forebears- those decadent and oft inept kings of old- appear increasingly concerned with legacy. Hoary kings had to ceaselessly fight squabbling barons and civil unrest from the rabble they exploited. President Obama and John Kerry have to contend with a Senate that dares question their rightness and an American public, uneducated and ...

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When Even The Military Can’t Defend Themselves, Gun Control Has Gone Too Far

The recent terrorist attack on military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the accompanying murder of four Marines, proves the idiocy of liberal non-thought in general, and Obama’s terrible policies in particular.  Liberals are so hung-up on guns and getting them banned that they can’t think straight, and they are thereby leaving military people unarmed and defenseless when they are attacked ...

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Liberal Policy Is Driven By Illogic

At a time when Obama was trying to push the Chevy Volt on the nation as a gas and carbon saver, the EPA was publishing regulations that would cause many power plants to shut down, thereby depriving the Volt of its charging current.  At exactly the time we need gasoline-powered cars the most so as to have transportation during the ...

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The Washington Redskins and the Death of Federalism

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Federalism in America has seemingly reached the point of being nothing but a romantic daydream for quixotic political idealists. Neither states nor individuals, whose retention of rights beyond those enumerated in the Constitution are safeguarded by the Ninth and Tenth Amendments, seem to have any interests that the federal government considers beyond its purview if there’s some altruistic crusade that ...

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Rapes Of Illegal Immigrants At Eighty Percent And No One Cares? Why Not?

Recently the Huffington Post published an article estimating that eighty percent of the unprecedented inundation of illegal female immigrants who crossed our southern border were raped on the way to freedom in America.  It also seems likely that up to twenty percent of the Huffington figure were enslaved and are continuing to be held as prostitutes and raped multiple times ...

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Obama Re-Writes The Allegory Of The Cave

In Plato’s story The Allegory of the Cave he poses some questions about reality: Is there a reality at all; how can it be determined; are the things we see just an illusion; how can we determine the real from the false? Barack Obama, in his self-proclaimed “fundamental transformation of America” has with full intent caused those people who are ...

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Children Finding And Crossing Our Southern Border Alone? Give Me A Break!

How does a child cross multiple international borders, avoid being raped, imprisoned, enslaved or outright killed along the way, get food in a foreign country and find a place to sleep as he/she travels?   These young people entering across our southern border have traveled hundreds or even thousands of miles all alone, and have been able to determine the ...

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