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Never Fly With A Democrat

This is another view from the back of the airplane. Today, many of us abhor traveling by airplane. You get onboard and there’s never enough room, there’s always too many people, and you can’t trust them, as evidenced by necessary TSA … Continue reading

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Minimum Wage

The residents of Seattle are waking up to a new normal they had not anticipated. Seattle is leading the nation in implementing the new $15 an hour minimum wage. Rather than implementing the new wage incrementally as the law allowed, … Continue reading

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I’m Back…

Okay, it’s time to come back to writing on this blog. After the reelection, I became disenchanted and disgusted with the things we’re doing in American politics. It drove me away from writing. It has happened before… Now it is … Continue reading

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Time For a Pink Slip

As the Democratic Convention starts, the only thing the leadership of that party can do, when asked if the people are better off now than four years ago, is deflect the question. David Axelrod dodged the question and kept trying … Continue reading

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What is wrong with the Democrats?

Many elderly voted for Obama in 2008 because they were Democrats and they always voted for the Democratic candidate. “Just because…” And to give them credit, in his campaigning leading up to the 2008 election, Obama promised a lot – … Continue reading

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The Consequences of November

Few know the consequence of the re-election of President Obama. If the Democrats are successful in retaining power, you can bet you are going to see a lot of your hard-earned money, money you were once able to keep in … 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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