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Written on Sep, 23, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Remember when you first heard about the internet? If you are under 30, probably not, but you might remember hearing about that iPhone thing. For those alive and aware in the mid-90’s trickles of detail reached our ears about what could become of that clumsy, slow and hair-pulling-out frustrating internet. Those of us pretty young then had the free time …

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Written on Jul, 21, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Who, exactly, in our government failed to protect Ambassador Stevens and the courageous guys assigned to him in Benghazi? When, how and why did they suffer this horror? Were Obama and Clinton right about protests causing the attacks? The answers are clear and likely not what you expect.  A quick way to find answers to these questions and avoid the …

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Written on Jun, 27, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Among a free people, rights can not easily be oppressed in large form or short order. They are lost on the periphery with a slow curtailing based on reasonable and even well-intentioned initiatives. The result is less freedom, fewer rights and a decreased ability to legally fight back. The following losses are only steps, but they are large steps on …

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Written on Jul, 12, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Part 1: “Benevolent Uprising” As our president tries to open the large and powerful arms of this country to embrace the Castro family and the Cuban dictatorship, those of us seeking the best path, even if a new path, crave a fair, open and realistic analysis of the the Castro family’s benevolence and brutality. To begin with a concluding summarizing …

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