Monthly Archives: October 2015

Ben Carson and staff go A.W.O.L. on a World War II vet

October 25, 2015
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Ben Carson and staff go A.W.O.L. on a World War II vet

He’s of the generation known as the “greatest” yet as like the rest of them that share the title Arnold Flottman’s greatness is not of braggadocio but of quiet humility.  Of a life full in front of him put on hold to serve.  To do his duty, pray that he survived, and return with a…

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Kennedy’s strength overshadows Obama’s weakness

October 18, 2015
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Kennedy’s strength overshadows Obama’s weakness

The numbers are in, the pundits have spoken, the spin has been spun. The first Democrat debate of the 2016 election cycle is now history. To the glassy eyed base of today’s Democrat party it was nirvana; “free” everything and all of it paid for by “the rich”. Santa Claus was a chump compared to…

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An ideological press is an impotent press

October 11, 2015
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An ideological press is an impotent press

Gene Policinski, had a column last Tuesday on National Newspaper Week that opened with “The power of the press rests in the ability of journalists to hold government accountable, to mobilize public opinion on matters that are important to individuals, communities or the nation, and to provide necessary information of value.” While I have no…

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Friday Follies: Illegalities found in Iran deal, more campus PC b.s., poor hurt again by Obama’s green agenda

October 9, 2015
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Friday Follies:  Illegalities found in Iran deal, more campus PC b.s., poor hurt again by Obama’s green agenda

An unexpected Friday at home has allowed some morning time I haven’t had in months and I figured what better way to spend it than returning to an old standby: The Friday Follies. So for better or worse…..Tis that time once again when we take stock of the inane and foolish put upon us by…

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Boehner and Long both a problem in D.C.

October 4, 2015
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Boehner and Long both a problem in D.C.

The news that John Boehner (R-OH) had announced that he would be resigning as Speaker of the House and giving up his Congressional seat came as a surprise but not a disappointment. From his first strike of the gavel, Mr. Boehner’s inability to speak with clarity and determination combined with his inability to control his…

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