Category Archives: Political Thoughts

Still No Answer

Does a black-owned bakery now have to make cakes for Klu Klux Klan rallies? Does a photography studio owned by a homosexual couple now have to provide services for the Westboro Baptists? Or, does your silence only pertain to those who disagree with homosexual marriage? Continue reading

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On Probation

The Republicans are on probation to see whether they can govern and provide a viable alternative to the mess that Democrats have created. Continue reading

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We Dont’ Need More Voters – We Just Need Qualified Ones

The Founding Fathers would be aghast at the idea of a universal right to vote. They realized that voting cannot and must not be a universal right. Universal suffrage was just as abhorent to them as Democracy – neither work and both end up in terror. Continue reading

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Of Saul and the Congressman

What Anthony Wiener can learn from Saul is the value of waiting. Continue reading

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Is This What You Want?

Here is my question to those to the left of me: Is this really what you want? Continue reading

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