Category Archives: Population

The Connection

Something is seriously wrong with the county school systems in every state of the country. Teachers are unable to do their jobs because of a few disruptive students. Many students lack the motivation, desire, and excitement to learn. The majority … Continue reading

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California Unrest

It appears as though the Democrats in California have entirely lost their minds. Each day more Californians are attacking their Democratic leaders for maintaining positions of protecting illegal aliens over the rights and well-being of citizens. Yet, the Democrats continue … Continue reading

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Amusing in New York

It’s amusing to watch television commercials from the state of New York trying to sell the rest of the country on the benefits of moving into or starting a business in the Empire State. The state is offering deals including … Continue reading

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Social Security in Crisis

The President told a small group gathered in Ohio that, “Social Security is not in crisis.”  This does not seem to be the consensus of many in the Sunshine State.  As the cost to live increases, many Floridians have to … Continue reading

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More on the Mortgage Meltdown

Out West, a college professor wrote a paper last year pondering the question of why people just didn’t walk away from their upside down mortgages.  In his opinion, they should.  He put forward the premise the majority refused to do … Continue reading

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After the “H-Word”

As stated in the previous post, most Floridians fear not the hurricane, but rather, the time after the hurricane.  The worst thing about hurricanes is the time following passage; particularly when community services are lost, especially electricity. Before the hurricane … Continue reading

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Floridians

A real Floridian never worries about the weather, unless some newscaster has uttered the “H-word.” If it is raining, the Floridian merely waits 20 or 30 minutes for the weather to change. In those few minutes, the rain will stop … Continue reading

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