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I’m One Of The Lucky Ones – My Dad Is My Hero

I’m One Of The Lucky Ones – My Dad Is My Hero

While I am not one who usually writes about personal feelings and experiences, the current events of my family require me to shout from the highest mountain tops about a man I call my dad. Every man has a story about a hero in their lives who has made a great difference in how they […]

Bringing Politics Home

Bringing Politics Home

  In Kevin Miller’s excellent book, “Freedom Nationally, Virtue Locally,” he makes the case for maintaining the moral character of the civil society through the policies and practices we implement close to home, on the city, county, and state levels, while reinforcing the central purpose of the Federal Government–which is to protect the liberty of […]

Voices Without A Vote

Voices Without A Vote

This is a very powerful video featuring some of our future leaders. These California teenagers are begging us to do the right thing by them. They are displaying wisdom well beyond their years and well beyond what many in Washington D.C. are able to muster. This is a very well produced video with great production […]

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 […]

The View From the Street

The View From the Street

  The problem with our politicians is that they are politicians. You might be wondering why I’d say that, but the answer is simple, and can be found in the history of the United States.   Our first President was General George Washington, as everyone should know from history. The first President was a great […]

In Memory Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

In Memory Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Image via Wikipedia I wasn’t planning to write anything about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this year. After all, he has been written about extensively over the years and especially on the anniversary of his birthday. What could I possibly add to the narrative that hasn’t been said many times before? What new angle could […]

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