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Ask Not of the U.S. Government

Ask Not of the U.S. Government

Anyone who confuses the term: “U.S. Government” with “United States of America” is probably not thinking very clearly. To illustrate the point, replace the words “your country” in President Kennedy’s inaugural speech of 1961, and you have: “Ask not what the U.S. Government can do for you, ask what you can do for the U.S. […]

How Much is the Government Worth?

How Much is the Government Worth?

Someone once said that if you make the Government responsible for something, you give them the power. That power is hard to revoke. The recent few years have revealed to what extent this assertion is true. What with Tarp and stimulus packages; and how we expect to make the poor rich by making the rich […]

Left, Right, Conservative Light

Left, Right, Conservative Light

One hundred years ago today, the “Titanic” sank. She came to rest at a depth greater than the height of Mount Hood in Oregon. We mourn the beautiful ship that went down. We mourn even more the 1517 people that died unnecessarily early that morning in the frigid waters of the North Atlantic. One reason […]

The Path of a Dictator

The Path of a Dictator

  It’s troubling.   It appears that only Barack Hussein Obama knows anything.  Therefore, he gets to be the only one to run the country single-handed.   Apparently, the recognized checks and balances of government are irrelevant to him. As he asserts that the Constitution is restrictive because it only addresses what the government cannot do,  […]

Abby Can Think For Herself

Abby Can Think For Herself

  Yesterday I posted this comment on the L.A. Times web page. They haven’t published it (yet?):   I have been reading of the criticism against the parents of Abby Sunderland because they allowed her to embark on her wild adventure alone. As a parent, and as a professional mariner with personal experience of the […]

Blame Bush – Really?

Blame Bush – Really?

  Many have predicted that history would be kinder to President G. W. Bush than present public opinion would suggest.   I would like to think that’s true.  However, since most history is being rewritten today by those with a not-so-hidden agenda, I would rather rely on my own recall on what happened.  Some day, virtuous […]

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